“I believe that a portrait is an allegoric enchantment , like a simple Tale, challenged by the molding of my subject’s light and shadows. We share a subtle and decisive moment, a kind of meaningful interlude that extracts a perfume of truth and a glimpse of dream. Done succesfully, it can reveal the beauty of one soul” Pascal
Pascal Perich has been in New York City for the last 14 years. He is a member of Corbis Outline. He now shares his time between new York and Paris. He collaborates with “the Financial Times magazine”,“Telerama”, “Vogue UK”, " Tattler", ArtNews, “Liberation”, “Le monde”, Best Life,Newsweek, Fortune, Men’s Vogue, CineLive, Paris-Match,Elle,jeune Afrique, “The New York Times”," Gotham", “LA confidential”. His portraits have appeared in various editorial Publications including :Time, Cinelive, Vogue Germany, Premiere, Entertainment Weekly, Gotham,Photo District news, ICG magazine, Book magazine, Jalouse, Filmaker magazine, Scientific American, L’Express, Gala, American Cinematographer,Le Nouvel Observateur,Elle Canada, LA Confidential, The Australian, “La Libre Belgique”, La Vanguardia", Internazionale. His clients include JP Morgan, Canon, H-stern, Joseph Abboud Apparel, Myspace, Power pilates, Blue Barn Pictures, Vision Warrior, The Drum Major Institute for Public Policy. He has photograph multiple Book Covers for Grove Press, and he has worked as a Still Photographer for multiple movies including Rebecca Miller’s Personal Velocity starring Parker Posey. One of his image has been selected by the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston to be on display in 2006.