Saskia Kahn is a multidisciplinary visual artist from the Manhattan Beach section of Brooklyn, NY. Raised in a family full of artists, including illustrator Edward Sorel and design visionary Fritz Kahn, she discovered photography as a means of capturing the quirks and characters of her beach side neighborhood.
Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Brooklyn Rail, The Huffington Post, NY Social Diary, Having A Whiskey Coke With You, One Day Magazine, Brooklyn Vegan, Teachers and Writers, Pancakes and Whiskey, Speak into my Good Eye, AfroPunk, AudioFemme, and, at the age of seven, The Daily News.
A polymath from a young age, she has explored work in painting, sculpture, film, theatre, music, poetry and journalism. She received a BFA from Brooklyn College and works with teens teaching darkroom photography at the International Center of Photography.
To view her wedding photography please visit SaskiaPearlKahn.com