biography

Ami Sioux is a photographer and musician who has shot for Self Service, i-D magazine and Vogue Paris along with many other international magazines. Raised with wanderlust in her blood, Ami's youth was spent traveling across Montana, North Dakota and California and at 16 she set out on her own travels, heading to study filmmaking and sculpture in San Francisco. Ami's path as a photographer began in the 1990s; this journey took her from New York onto Berlin and Paris, and currently she splits her time between Los Angeles and Paris. Ami's work is based on an intimacy, one that demands a certain presence of the subjects in her images. When shooting it's as if her camera dances with the subject, finding a way to reveal a hesitance or moment where the intention of each person she photographs is bared, present and alive, unveiling that elusive space between public projection and personal introspection. She has released three personal books;  Paris 48°N was released in 2012 and Reykjavik 64ºN in 2010. Her recent book Tokyo 35ºN was released earlier this year in January 2017 while as a musician she has released two full length albums: "To Take you Down" and  "Stand Your Ground" and is currently working on recording her third album.

Magazines:
Glamour Paris, Madame Air France, Madame Figaro, Jalouse, i-D Magazine, Self Service,  French Vogue, The New York Times T Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Vogue Girl Japan, Commons & Sense, Vogue UK, Nylon Magazine and Rika Magazine.

Clients:
Hermes, Club Monaco, Petit Bateau, Nike Women, Lacoste Live!, Topshop, Maison Martin Margiela.

Personalities:
Camille Rowe, Jamie Bochert, Caroline de Maigret, Langley Fox Hemingway, Poppy de Villeneuve, Marianne Faithfull, Stella McCartney, Mark Ronson,  Josephine de la Baume, Vanessa Bruno, Mark Borthwick, Clementine Beaugrand, Victoire de Castellane, Larry Clark, Laetitia Crahay, Julie Depardieu, J.W. Anderson, Sabisha Friedberg, Cyprien Gallard, Yvon Lambert, Curtis Kulig, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Jeff Koons, Christophe Lemaire, Malcolm McLaren,  Sebastien Tellier, Justice