06 July 2017 // Sanne Schrijver //Amersfoort


Self-taught photographer Zora Sicher started her career at the young age of 13 and has been snapping ever since. Friendship is a key feature of her work, providing a window into her life and the special people that are part of it. Documenting through film, her friends are her muses and New York is their playground. Sicher's beautiful photographs capture the essence of girlhood in the city. Her vision of girlhood is diverse and genuine. For Sicher the most rewarding thing is seeing response from people all over the world. Specifically by young women that are so happy to have something relatable or refreshing. “When struggling with the idea that my voice may not be needed or important, it feels really great to have a girl message me from miles away telling me that my photographs really brought her some strong emotion or that it was great to see someone with her body type portrayed in a platform she may not have expected to display it” Zora explains. She would like to advise to definitely reach out to other women and build a support group. And also reach out to other photographers, young and old, because most of the times were all around to work together and help each other. <3



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