You’ve seen her work, but didn’t know it was hers.
Photographer and artist, Sarah Bahbah is an LA-based storyteller known for her explicitly honest dialogue paired with raw and sexy photographs. Raised in Australia, The Palestinian, Sarah Bahbah now lives in the US spending her days shooting friends and subjects such as Dylan Sprouse and millennial royalty. Bahbah’s style has caught on since her 2014 photographic series ‘Sex and Takeout’ and has now become a pop culture influencer.
Bahbah’s style has reached the modern generation quickly and with impact. Her photographs are reposted daily to express the uncensored moods of teens everywhere, however, until recently many admirers didn’t know whom to tag or credit. The artist’s work was everywhere, and to no avail, many had no idea where such creations were coming from.
Now, Sarah Bahbah is being recognised for her work globally. Grammy winner, David Foster, displays Bahbah’s work above all 16 of his beloved Grammy’s. World famous fashion powerhouses are taking notice of Bahbah’s work, those such as Topshop, Moncler, Vogue, Capitol Records, and even Mariott Starwood. The 25-year-old is taking over the digital canvas with her powerful movement and latest exhibit at the Saatchi Gallery, London.
The moments she captures are subjects of beauty, bliss, honestly, sex, love, heartbreak, lust and 1000 other raw emotions that a person can endure. Instagram is plastered with Bahbah’s work and is continuing to inspire and touch millions of users each day.
Words: Dilpreet Taak