"...it’s hard to tell what’s real or not in his images; they’ve got a bit of cinematic noir about them with their uncannily-lit visions of utter randomness that must be staged but are so effortless they just can’t be.”

 [It's Nice That]

Matt Hass is a London-based photographer who graduated from Central Saint Martins with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art

In Hass’ work you’ll find traces of the ethereal. He captures silent or otherwise overlooked moments, pictorial poems he pulls from the flux. What began as self-expression has now developed into a unique language. Hass collects and isolates seemingly rudimentary elements and gestures from his environment and extracts something delicate, vulnerable and human from them. What’s left are images of contemporary life that describe more than they can explain; evidence of nothing but everything, wherein anyone is someone and nowhere is everywhere. 

Clients include

Air France, Amazon, Bacardi, BFI, CAT Footwear, Diesel, EMI, Huawei, Hugo Boss, IKEA, Intel, Jeep, Lacoste, L’Oreal, Marc Jacobs, Mr Start, MTV, Nike, O2,  Picturehouse Cinemas, Ray Ban, Samsung, Sony Music, Sony Playstation, Spotify, Stella Artois, Stora Enso, Suzuki, Tate, Terrence Higgins Trust, Ticketmaster, Toni&Guy, Valentino, Victorinox, Vidal Sassoon, Viktor & Rolf, Warner Music, Woolrich, 7up.

Published in

The Architects Journal, Dazed & Confused, The Evening Standard, The Guardian, iD, Interview, NME, Rolling Stone, The Telegraph, Time Out, The Times, Vice, The Wire, Wonderland.    

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