French photographer Michel Nafziger got his start in photography as a photographer's assistant in Paris with renowned Photographer George Tourdjman.
He then spent two years in San Francisco, where he earned the Merit Award Scholarship of the Academy of Art University.
Back in Paris to assist for Paris Vogue in the era of Guy Bourdin, Helmut Newton, Albert Watson Georges Hurrel among others.
Michel started out his professional career taking pictures for advertising clients before going onto work for publications such as, Vogue, ID magazine, Elle and their Internationnal publications photographing fashion, beauty and celebrities.
His portfolio includes worldwide advertising campaigns for Marithe and Francois Girbaud, Yves Saint Laurent, Guy Laroche and Hanro. He as photographed more than 50 magazines covers and 500 pages of editorials.
Michel conduct a workshop once a year at the International Center of Photography and had his first solo show at the Iliya Fridman gallery in New York.
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