Lanna Apisukh is a portrait and documentary photographer based in New York City. With a background in skateboarding and an extensive athletic career as a former elite gymnast, she is drawn to dynamic individuals walking their own path. Her work explores gender, identity and place through bold and honest stories she strives to create in her images.
Lanna is a Bachelor of Arts graduate of the University of Washington and has expanded on her photography education at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Her subjects span from TV personalities, skateboarders and CEOs to artists, designers, everyday people and their surroundings.
Lanna’s editorial and personal work has been featured in Bust Magazine, Aint–Bad, The Photographic Journal, Lomography Magazine and more. She currently works with BKC photo school to provide creative education to everyday New Yorkers and is a founding member of Seeing Collective, an artist group hosting talks, photo exhibitions and critiques to foster community and an inclusive, supportive network within the photo industry.
Lanna is available for assignments and commissions and is excited to tell your story.
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Editorial and Commissioned Work
Adidas x Wanderlust
Alley x Verizon
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
Evergreen x Horizon Media
Lang Lang Foundation x Carnegie Hall
Of Her Own Kind
Prelude Projects x Carvalho Park Gallery
Rudas x Wythe Hotel
Union Docs x Say Something Bunny
Digital & Print Publications
Polaroid Originals Magazine
The Photographic Journal
Nowhere Print Annual