• Sam Klegerman


  • For the past nine years, I have found myself immersed in the complex world of creating visual narratives for hundreds of clients. From traveling all over the globe for such jobs, and being trusted at a young age to make magic come to life, I have crafted digital content for online & print campaigns worldwide. While reflecting on my commercial awareness, I have applied these skills to my personal narrative and have begun crafting fine art imagery. By diving into my deepest feelings and placing myself in charge of the visual narrative, I have created a collection of photographs that exist as a level of separation between me and my commercial identity.

  • For the past five years, my family and I have begun navigating the eerie world of grief while caring for my mother with early-onset Alzheimer’s. Conveying this disconnection, which has been drawn into all corners of our life, my photographic series Yes No Thank You Goodbye exists as a window into the quiet world of separation and lost time. From working collaboratively with my parents to document the effects of my mother’s battle, I have accepted a clear understanding into the world of coexisting with lost shadows.