Vincent Peters

Born in Bremen, Germany, in 1969, Vincent Peters moved to New York City at the age of twenty to work as a photographer’s assistant. After returning to Europe in 1995, he worked for various art galleries and on personal projects before launching his own fashion photography career at Giovanni Testino’s agency as a fashion photographer. Over time he established himself with a recognizable style and defined fashion campaigns for major fashion houses like Dior, Hugo Boss, Yves Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton, Emporio Armani, Lancôme, Nike, Levi’s.

One of the most sought-after portrait and fashion photographers, Vincent Peters’s photographs are defined by their precision, love of detail, and exquisite lighting that lifts his images beyond fast-moving trends into something timeless and iconic. His cinematic style, seeing women rather as actresses than models, got him covers stories worldwide with the most renowned magazines such as Vogue, Harpers Bazaar and GQ. With an aesthetic reminiscent of Jean-loup Sieff or Herb Ritts, Peters manages to capture even the most photographed of faces—whether Scarlett Johansson, Monica Bellucci, or Penélope Cruz—with previously unseen nuance, creating a new sense of intimacy with each subject.

Vincent’s work has been exhibited extensively in fine art galleries and most recently at Fotografiska, a prominent photography museum in Stockholm.

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