10/08/2021
Artist Spotlight
Lewis Swan
Artist Spotlight: Nadia Lee Cohen
Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

Nadia Lee Cohen is a photographer, filmmaker and all-around creator of worlds. Heavily inspired by British and American Cinema from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Nadia creates surreal dream-like scenarios, characters and retro-inspired worlds. The dream-like retro environments are built with a variety of factors such as clothing, makeup, film-like sets, backdrops, props and of course, Nadia’s vision combined with her talent and eye for the perfect photograph.

Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

Nadia Lee Cohen’s work is frequently showcased within the medium of photography with work appearing in exhibitions, books, magazines and throughout the world of social media. The artist uses photography to create and showcase cinematic worlds built within her imagination. In an interview with It’s Nice That the artist explains how and why she builds new worlds within her work. “The world I photograph and create doesn’t reside in the same world that we live in, it does not share or possess the same beauty norms, politics or social values” and therefore is “a much freer place to live in”. Due to these factors, anything is possible, and anything can be showcased within her photography. This is where the cinematic aesthetic can fully take control, create a plot, a character or even a unique scenario that may be seen within a film or upon a film set.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Charlotte, East Los Angeles, California, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Teddy, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Flo, Bethnal Green, London, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Georgia May, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

To create this cinematic aesthetic that surrounds her work, Nadia Lee Cohen uses the world of cinema as her starting point and her main source of inspiration. The artist credits Hitchcock, David Lynch, Harmony Korine, John Waters and Stanley Kubrick as some of her earliest and biggest inspirations for her world-building. You can see hints of inspiration by all of these directors and films throughout all of her work from her earliest work “American Nightmare” to her most recent work such as her body of work and book titled ‘Women’. These cinematic inspirations control the aesthetics of all of the artist’s work. One of the first factors and most important factors are the models. The models become the main character/characters within her photographs. To do this, Nadia Lee Cohen dresses her models in luxurious outfit that creates a dominance within the images and allows the character to become the star of the show as if they are an actor or actress upon a film set, this then combines with elegant makeup that helps the model’s features become even more striking than they may already be. Nadia Lee Cohen sometimes even goes one step further and creates even more of a unique world aesthetic with the use of prosthetics makeup which allows the artist to create a brand-new model with very unique features. When these features are combined with one of the main factors within the creation of the cinematic world, the backdrop, which may be a sunny street in LA, a fake backdrop that showcases a vintage beach scene, or even a set filled with vintage props and a funky wallpaper, the cinematic aesthetic well and truly comes alive and allows for its viewer to be transported to a brand-new cinematic world controlled and constructed from the ground up by Nadia Lee Cohen.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

Although her photographic style is perfect for the pages of a magazine, an exhibition print or a personal book, one of the most interesting mediums Nadia dives into is the medium of social media. In 2016, the artist added a new element to her work and gained a lot of traction through her online presence on social media channel Instagram in which her own image and personality became the star character within her practice and cinematic universe. Nadia frequently stars in her own work as she becomes the glamorous model dressed in the luxurious outfits, elegant makeup and interesting backdrops that the artist finds herself within from her day to day life.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Lilia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | Right: © Nadia Lee Cohen

Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

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Artist Spotlight
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Artist Spotlight: Nadia Lee Cohen
Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

Nadia Lee Cohen is a photographer, filmmaker and all-around creator of worlds. Heavily inspired by British and American Cinema from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Nadia creates surreal dream-like scenarios, characters and retro-inspired worlds. The dream-like retro environments are built with a variety of factors such as clothing, makeup, film-like sets, backdrops, props and of course, Nadia’s vision combined with her talent and eye for the perfect photograph.

Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

Nadia Lee Cohen’s work is frequently showcased within the medium of photography with work appearing in exhibitions, books, magazines and throughout the world of social media. The artist uses photography to create and showcase cinematic worlds built within her imagination. In an interview with It’s Nice That the artist explains how and why she builds new worlds within her work. “The world I photograph and create doesn’t reside in the same world that we live in, it does not share or possess the same beauty norms, politics or social values” and therefore is “a much freer place to live in”. Due to these factors, anything is possible, and anything can be showcased within her photography. This is where the cinematic aesthetic can fully take control, create a plot, a character or even a unique scenario that may be seen within a film or upon a film set.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Charlotte, East Los Angeles, California, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Teddy, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Flo, Bethnal Green, London, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Georgia May, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

To create this cinematic aesthetic that surrounds her work, Nadia Lee Cohen uses the world of cinema as her starting point and her main source of inspiration. The artist credits Hitchcock, David Lynch, Harmony Korine, John Waters and Stanley Kubrick as some of her earliest and biggest inspirations for her world-building. You can see hints of inspiration by all of these directors and films throughout all of her work from her earliest work “American Nightmare” to her most recent work such as her body of work and book titled ‘Women’. These cinematic inspirations control the aesthetics of all of the artist’s work. One of the first factors and most important factors are the models. The models become the main character/characters within her photographs. To do this, Nadia Lee Cohen dresses her models in luxurious outfit that creates a dominance within the images and allows the character to become the star of the show as if they are an actor or actress upon a film set, this then combines with elegant makeup that helps the model’s features become even more striking than they may already be. Nadia Lee Cohen sometimes even goes one step further and creates even more of a unique world aesthetic with the use of prosthetics makeup which allows the artist to create a brand-new model with very unique features. When these features are combined with one of the main factors within the creation of the cinematic world, the backdrop, which may be a sunny street in LA, a fake backdrop that showcases a vintage beach scene, or even a set filled with vintage props and a funky wallpaper, the cinematic aesthetic well and truly comes alive and allows for its viewer to be transported to a brand-new cinematic world controlled and constructed from the ground up by Nadia Lee Cohen.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

Although her photographic style is perfect for the pages of a magazine, an exhibition print or a personal book, one of the most interesting mediums Nadia dives into is the medium of social media. In 2016, the artist added a new element to her work and gained a lot of traction through her online presence on social media channel Instagram in which her own image and personality became the star character within her practice and cinematic universe. Nadia frequently stars in her own work as she becomes the glamorous model dressed in the luxurious outfits, elegant makeup and interesting backdrops that the artist finds herself within from her day to day life.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Lilia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | Right: © Nadia Lee Cohen

Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

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Artist Spotlight
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Artist Spotlight: Nadia Lee Cohen
Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

Nadia Lee Cohen is a photographer, filmmaker and all-around creator of worlds. Heavily inspired by British and American Cinema from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Nadia creates surreal dream-like scenarios, characters and retro-inspired worlds. The dream-like retro environments are built with a variety of factors such as clothing, makeup, film-like sets, backdrops, props and of course, Nadia’s vision combined with her talent and eye for the perfect photograph.

Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

Nadia Lee Cohen’s work is frequently showcased within the medium of photography with work appearing in exhibitions, books, magazines and throughout the world of social media. The artist uses photography to create and showcase cinematic worlds built within her imagination. In an interview with It’s Nice That the artist explains how and why she builds new worlds within her work. “The world I photograph and create doesn’t reside in the same world that we live in, it does not share or possess the same beauty norms, politics or social values” and therefore is “a much freer place to live in”. Due to these factors, anything is possible, and anything can be showcased within her photography. This is where the cinematic aesthetic can fully take control, create a plot, a character or even a unique scenario that may be seen within a film or upon a film set.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Charlotte, East Los Angeles, California, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Teddy, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Flo, Bethnal Green, London, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Georgia May, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

To create this cinematic aesthetic that surrounds her work, Nadia Lee Cohen uses the world of cinema as her starting point and her main source of inspiration. The artist credits Hitchcock, David Lynch, Harmony Korine, John Waters and Stanley Kubrick as some of her earliest and biggest inspirations for her world-building. You can see hints of inspiration by all of these directors and films throughout all of her work from her earliest work “American Nightmare” to her most recent work such as her body of work and book titled ‘Women’. These cinematic inspirations control the aesthetics of all of the artist’s work. One of the first factors and most important factors are the models. The models become the main character/characters within her photographs. To do this, Nadia Lee Cohen dresses her models in luxurious outfit that creates a dominance within the images and allows the character to become the star of the show as if they are an actor or actress upon a film set, this then combines with elegant makeup that helps the model’s features become even more striking than they may already be. Nadia Lee Cohen sometimes even goes one step further and creates even more of a unique world aesthetic with the use of prosthetics makeup which allows the artist to create a brand-new model with very unique features. When these features are combined with one of the main factors within the creation of the cinematic world, the backdrop, which may be a sunny street in LA, a fake backdrop that showcases a vintage beach scene, or even a set filled with vintage props and a funky wallpaper, the cinematic aesthetic well and truly comes alive and allows for its viewer to be transported to a brand-new cinematic world controlled and constructed from the ground up by Nadia Lee Cohen.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

Although her photographic style is perfect for the pages of a magazine, an exhibition print or a personal book, one of the most interesting mediums Nadia dives into is the medium of social media. In 2016, the artist added a new element to her work and gained a lot of traction through her online presence on social media channel Instagram in which her own image and personality became the star character within her practice and cinematic universe. Nadia frequently stars in her own work as she becomes the glamorous model dressed in the luxurious outfits, elegant makeup and interesting backdrops that the artist finds herself within from her day to day life.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Lilia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | Right: © Nadia Lee Cohen

Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

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Artist Spotlight
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Artist Spotlight: Nadia Lee Cohen
Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

Nadia Lee Cohen is a photographer, filmmaker and all-around creator of worlds. Heavily inspired by British and American Cinema from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Nadia creates surreal dream-like scenarios, characters and retro-inspired worlds. The dream-like retro environments are built with a variety of factors such as clothing, makeup, film-like sets, backdrops, props and of course, Nadia’s vision combined with her talent and eye for the perfect photograph.

Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

Nadia Lee Cohen’s work is frequently showcased within the medium of photography with work appearing in exhibitions, books, magazines and throughout the world of social media. The artist uses photography to create and showcase cinematic worlds built within her imagination. In an interview with It’s Nice That the artist explains how and why she builds new worlds within her work. “The world I photograph and create doesn’t reside in the same world that we live in, it does not share or possess the same beauty norms, politics or social values” and therefore is “a much freer place to live in”. Due to these factors, anything is possible, and anything can be showcased within her photography. This is where the cinematic aesthetic can fully take control, create a plot, a character or even a unique scenario that may be seen within a film or upon a film set.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Charlotte, East Los Angeles, California, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Teddy, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Flo, Bethnal Green, London, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Georgia May, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

To create this cinematic aesthetic that surrounds her work, Nadia Lee Cohen uses the world of cinema as her starting point and her main source of inspiration. The artist credits Hitchcock, David Lynch, Harmony Korine, John Waters and Stanley Kubrick as some of her earliest and biggest inspirations for her world-building. You can see hints of inspiration by all of these directors and films throughout all of her work from her earliest work “American Nightmare” to her most recent work such as her body of work and book titled ‘Women’. These cinematic inspirations control the aesthetics of all of the artist’s work. One of the first factors and most important factors are the models. The models become the main character/characters within her photographs. To do this, Nadia Lee Cohen dresses her models in luxurious outfit that creates a dominance within the images and allows the character to become the star of the show as if they are an actor or actress upon a film set, this then combines with elegant makeup that helps the model’s features become even more striking than they may already be. Nadia Lee Cohen sometimes even goes one step further and creates even more of a unique world aesthetic with the use of prosthetics makeup which allows the artist to create a brand-new model with very unique features. When these features are combined with one of the main factors within the creation of the cinematic world, the backdrop, which may be a sunny street in LA, a fake backdrop that showcases a vintage beach scene, or even a set filled with vintage props and a funky wallpaper, the cinematic aesthetic well and truly comes alive and allows for its viewer to be transported to a brand-new cinematic world controlled and constructed from the ground up by Nadia Lee Cohen.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

Although her photographic style is perfect for the pages of a magazine, an exhibition print or a personal book, one of the most interesting mediums Nadia dives into is the medium of social media. In 2016, the artist added a new element to her work and gained a lot of traction through her online presence on social media channel Instagram in which her own image and personality became the star character within her practice and cinematic universe. Nadia frequently stars in her own work as she becomes the glamorous model dressed in the luxurious outfits, elegant makeup and interesting backdrops that the artist finds herself within from her day to day life.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Lilia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | Right: © Nadia Lee Cohen

Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

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Artist Spotlight
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Artist Spotlight: Nadia Lee Cohen
Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

Nadia Lee Cohen is a photographer, filmmaker and all-around creator of worlds. Heavily inspired by British and American Cinema from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Nadia creates surreal dream-like scenarios, characters and retro-inspired worlds. The dream-like retro environments are built with a variety of factors such as clothing, makeup, film-like sets, backdrops, props and of course, Nadia’s vision combined with her talent and eye for the perfect photograph.

Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

Nadia Lee Cohen’s work is frequently showcased within the medium of photography with work appearing in exhibitions, books, magazines and throughout the world of social media. The artist uses photography to create and showcase cinematic worlds built within her imagination. In an interview with It’s Nice That the artist explains how and why she builds new worlds within her work. “The world I photograph and create doesn’t reside in the same world that we live in, it does not share or possess the same beauty norms, politics or social values” and therefore is “a much freer place to live in”. Due to these factors, anything is possible, and anything can be showcased within her photography. This is where the cinematic aesthetic can fully take control, create a plot, a character or even a unique scenario that may be seen within a film or upon a film set.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Charlotte, East Los Angeles, California, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Teddy, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Flo, Bethnal Green, London, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Georgia May, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

To create this cinematic aesthetic that surrounds her work, Nadia Lee Cohen uses the world of cinema as her starting point and her main source of inspiration. The artist credits Hitchcock, David Lynch, Harmony Korine, John Waters and Stanley Kubrick as some of her earliest and biggest inspirations for her world-building. You can see hints of inspiration by all of these directors and films throughout all of her work from her earliest work “American Nightmare” to her most recent work such as her body of work and book titled ‘Women’. These cinematic inspirations control the aesthetics of all of the artist’s work. One of the first factors and most important factors are the models. The models become the main character/characters within her photographs. To do this, Nadia Lee Cohen dresses her models in luxurious outfit that creates a dominance within the images and allows the character to become the star of the show as if they are an actor or actress upon a film set, this then combines with elegant makeup that helps the model’s features become even more striking than they may already be. Nadia Lee Cohen sometimes even goes one step further and creates even more of a unique world aesthetic with the use of prosthetics makeup which allows the artist to create a brand-new model with very unique features. When these features are combined with one of the main factors within the creation of the cinematic world, the backdrop, which may be a sunny street in LA, a fake backdrop that showcases a vintage beach scene, or even a set filled with vintage props and a funky wallpaper, the cinematic aesthetic well and truly comes alive and allows for its viewer to be transported to a brand-new cinematic world controlled and constructed from the ground up by Nadia Lee Cohen.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

Although her photographic style is perfect for the pages of a magazine, an exhibition print or a personal book, one of the most interesting mediums Nadia dives into is the medium of social media. In 2016, the artist added a new element to her work and gained a lot of traction through her online presence on social media channel Instagram in which her own image and personality became the star character within her practice and cinematic universe. Nadia frequently stars in her own work as she becomes the glamorous model dressed in the luxurious outfits, elegant makeup and interesting backdrops that the artist finds herself within from her day to day life.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Lilia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | Right: © Nadia Lee Cohen

Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

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Artist Spotlight
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Artist Spotlight: Nadia Lee Cohen

Nadia Lee Cohen is a photographer, filmmaker and all-around creator of worlds. Heavily inspired by British and American Cinema from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Nadia creates surreal dream-like scenarios, characters and retro-inspired worlds. The dream-like retro environments are built with a variety of factors such as clothing, makeup, film-like sets, backdrops, props and of course, Nadia’s vision combined with her talent and eye for the perfect photograph.

Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

Nadia Lee Cohen’s work is frequently showcased within the medium of photography with work appearing in exhibitions, books, magazines and throughout the world of social media. The artist uses photography to create and showcase cinematic worlds built within her imagination. In an interview with It’s Nice That the artist explains how and why she builds new worlds within her work. “The world I photograph and create doesn’t reside in the same world that we live in, it does not share or possess the same beauty norms, politics or social values” and therefore is “a much freer place to live in”. Due to these factors, anything is possible, and anything can be showcased within her photography. This is where the cinematic aesthetic can fully take control, create a plot, a character or even a unique scenario that may be seen within a film or upon a film set.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Charlotte, East Los Angeles, California, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Teddy, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Flo, Bethnal Green, London, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Georgia May, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

To create this cinematic aesthetic that surrounds her work, Nadia Lee Cohen uses the world of cinema as her starting point and her main source of inspiration. The artist credits Hitchcock, David Lynch, Harmony Korine, John Waters and Stanley Kubrick as some of her earliest and biggest inspirations for her world-building. You can see hints of inspiration by all of these directors and films throughout all of her work from her earliest work “American Nightmare” to her most recent work such as her body of work and book titled ‘Women’. These cinematic inspirations control the aesthetics of all of the artist’s work. One of the first factors and most important factors are the models. The models become the main character/characters within her photographs. To do this, Nadia Lee Cohen dresses her models in luxurious outfit that creates a dominance within the images and allows the character to become the star of the show as if they are an actor or actress upon a film set, this then combines with elegant makeup that helps the model’s features become even more striking than they may already be. Nadia Lee Cohen sometimes even goes one step further and creates even more of a unique world aesthetic with the use of prosthetics makeup which allows the artist to create a brand-new model with very unique features. When these features are combined with one of the main factors within the creation of the cinematic world, the backdrop, which may be a sunny street in LA, a fake backdrop that showcases a vintage beach scene, or even a set filled with vintage props and a funky wallpaper, the cinematic aesthetic well and truly comes alive and allows for its viewer to be transported to a brand-new cinematic world controlled and constructed from the ground up by Nadia Lee Cohen.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

Although her photographic style is perfect for the pages of a magazine, an exhibition print or a personal book, one of the most interesting mediums Nadia dives into is the medium of social media. In 2016, the artist added a new element to her work and gained a lot of traction through her online presence on social media channel Instagram in which her own image and personality became the star character within her practice and cinematic universe. Nadia frequently stars in her own work as she becomes the glamorous model dressed in the luxurious outfits, elegant makeup and interesting backdrops that the artist finds herself within from her day to day life.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Lilia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | Right: © Nadia Lee Cohen

Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

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Artist Spotlight: Nadia Lee Cohen
Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

Nadia Lee Cohen is a photographer, filmmaker and all-around creator of worlds. Heavily inspired by British and American Cinema from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Nadia creates surreal dream-like scenarios, characters and retro-inspired worlds. The dream-like retro environments are built with a variety of factors such as clothing, makeup, film-like sets, backdrops, props and of course, Nadia’s vision combined with her talent and eye for the perfect photograph.

Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

Nadia Lee Cohen’s work is frequently showcased within the medium of photography with work appearing in exhibitions, books, magazines and throughout the world of social media. The artist uses photography to create and showcase cinematic worlds built within her imagination. In an interview with It’s Nice That the artist explains how and why she builds new worlds within her work. “The world I photograph and create doesn’t reside in the same world that we live in, it does not share or possess the same beauty norms, politics or social values” and therefore is “a much freer place to live in”. Due to these factors, anything is possible, and anything can be showcased within her photography. This is where the cinematic aesthetic can fully take control, create a plot, a character or even a unique scenario that may be seen within a film or upon a film set.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Charlotte, East Los Angeles, California, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Teddy, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Flo, Bethnal Green, London, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Georgia May, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

To create this cinematic aesthetic that surrounds her work, Nadia Lee Cohen uses the world of cinema as her starting point and her main source of inspiration. The artist credits Hitchcock, David Lynch, Harmony Korine, John Waters and Stanley Kubrick as some of her earliest and biggest inspirations for her world-building. You can see hints of inspiration by all of these directors and films throughout all of her work from her earliest work “American Nightmare” to her most recent work such as her body of work and book titled ‘Women’. These cinematic inspirations control the aesthetics of all of the artist’s work. One of the first factors and most important factors are the models. The models become the main character/characters within her photographs. To do this, Nadia Lee Cohen dresses her models in luxurious outfit that creates a dominance within the images and allows the character to become the star of the show as if they are an actor or actress upon a film set, this then combines with elegant makeup that helps the model’s features become even more striking than they may already be. Nadia Lee Cohen sometimes even goes one step further and creates even more of a unique world aesthetic with the use of prosthetics makeup which allows the artist to create a brand-new model with very unique features. When these features are combined with one of the main factors within the creation of the cinematic world, the backdrop, which may be a sunny street in LA, a fake backdrop that showcases a vintage beach scene, or even a set filled with vintage props and a funky wallpaper, the cinematic aesthetic well and truly comes alive and allows for its viewer to be transported to a brand-new cinematic world controlled and constructed from the ground up by Nadia Lee Cohen.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

Although her photographic style is perfect for the pages of a magazine, an exhibition print or a personal book, one of the most interesting mediums Nadia dives into is the medium of social media. In 2016, the artist added a new element to her work and gained a lot of traction through her online presence on social media channel Instagram in which her own image and personality became the star character within her practice and cinematic universe. Nadia frequently stars in her own work as she becomes the glamorous model dressed in the luxurious outfits, elegant makeup and interesting backdrops that the artist finds herself within from her day to day life.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Lilia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | Right: © Nadia Lee Cohen

Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

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Artist Spotlight: Nadia Lee Cohen
Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

Nadia Lee Cohen is a photographer, filmmaker and all-around creator of worlds. Heavily inspired by British and American Cinema from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Nadia creates surreal dream-like scenarios, characters and retro-inspired worlds. The dream-like retro environments are built with a variety of factors such as clothing, makeup, film-like sets, backdrops, props and of course, Nadia’s vision combined with her talent and eye for the perfect photograph.

Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

Nadia Lee Cohen’s work is frequently showcased within the medium of photography with work appearing in exhibitions, books, magazines and throughout the world of social media. The artist uses photography to create and showcase cinematic worlds built within her imagination. In an interview with It’s Nice That the artist explains how and why she builds new worlds within her work. “The world I photograph and create doesn’t reside in the same world that we live in, it does not share or possess the same beauty norms, politics or social values” and therefore is “a much freer place to live in”. Due to these factors, anything is possible, and anything can be showcased within her photography. This is where the cinematic aesthetic can fully take control, create a plot, a character or even a unique scenario that may be seen within a film or upon a film set.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Charlotte, East Los Angeles, California, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Teddy, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Flo, Bethnal Green, London, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Georgia May, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

To create this cinematic aesthetic that surrounds her work, Nadia Lee Cohen uses the world of cinema as her starting point and her main source of inspiration. The artist credits Hitchcock, David Lynch, Harmony Korine, John Waters and Stanley Kubrick as some of her earliest and biggest inspirations for her world-building. You can see hints of inspiration by all of these directors and films throughout all of her work from her earliest work “American Nightmare” to her most recent work such as her body of work and book titled ‘Women’. These cinematic inspirations control the aesthetics of all of the artist’s work. One of the first factors and most important factors are the models. The models become the main character/characters within her photographs. To do this, Nadia Lee Cohen dresses her models in luxurious outfit that creates a dominance within the images and allows the character to become the star of the show as if they are an actor or actress upon a film set, this then combines with elegant makeup that helps the model’s features become even more striking than they may already be. Nadia Lee Cohen sometimes even goes one step further and creates even more of a unique world aesthetic with the use of prosthetics makeup which allows the artist to create a brand-new model with very unique features. When these features are combined with one of the main factors within the creation of the cinematic world, the backdrop, which may be a sunny street in LA, a fake backdrop that showcases a vintage beach scene, or even a set filled with vintage props and a funky wallpaper, the cinematic aesthetic well and truly comes alive and allows for its viewer to be transported to a brand-new cinematic world controlled and constructed from the ground up by Nadia Lee Cohen.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

Although her photographic style is perfect for the pages of a magazine, an exhibition print or a personal book, one of the most interesting mediums Nadia dives into is the medium of social media. In 2016, the artist added a new element to her work and gained a lot of traction through her online presence on social media channel Instagram in which her own image and personality became the star character within her practice and cinematic universe. Nadia frequently stars in her own work as she becomes the glamorous model dressed in the luxurious outfits, elegant makeup and interesting backdrops that the artist finds herself within from her day to day life.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Lilia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | Right: © Nadia Lee Cohen

Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

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Artist Spotlight: Nadia Lee Cohen
Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

Nadia Lee Cohen is a photographer, filmmaker and all-around creator of worlds. Heavily inspired by British and American Cinema from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Nadia creates surreal dream-like scenarios, characters and retro-inspired worlds. The dream-like retro environments are built with a variety of factors such as clothing, makeup, film-like sets, backdrops, props and of course, Nadia’s vision combined with her talent and eye for the perfect photograph.

Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

Nadia Lee Cohen’s work is frequently showcased within the medium of photography with work appearing in exhibitions, books, magazines and throughout the world of social media. The artist uses photography to create and showcase cinematic worlds built within her imagination. In an interview with It’s Nice That the artist explains how and why she builds new worlds within her work. “The world I photograph and create doesn’t reside in the same world that we live in, it does not share or possess the same beauty norms, politics or social values” and therefore is “a much freer place to live in”. Due to these factors, anything is possible, and anything can be showcased within her photography. This is where the cinematic aesthetic can fully take control, create a plot, a character or even a unique scenario that may be seen within a film or upon a film set.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Charlotte, East Los Angeles, California, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Teddy, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Flo, Bethnal Green, London, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Georgia May, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

To create this cinematic aesthetic that surrounds her work, Nadia Lee Cohen uses the world of cinema as her starting point and her main source of inspiration. The artist credits Hitchcock, David Lynch, Harmony Korine, John Waters and Stanley Kubrick as some of her earliest and biggest inspirations for her world-building. You can see hints of inspiration by all of these directors and films throughout all of her work from her earliest work “American Nightmare” to her most recent work such as her body of work and book titled ‘Women’. These cinematic inspirations control the aesthetics of all of the artist’s work. One of the first factors and most important factors are the models. The models become the main character/characters within her photographs. To do this, Nadia Lee Cohen dresses her models in luxurious outfit that creates a dominance within the images and allows the character to become the star of the show as if they are an actor or actress upon a film set, this then combines with elegant makeup that helps the model’s features become even more striking than they may already be. Nadia Lee Cohen sometimes even goes one step further and creates even more of a unique world aesthetic with the use of prosthetics makeup which allows the artist to create a brand-new model with very unique features. When these features are combined with one of the main factors within the creation of the cinematic world, the backdrop, which may be a sunny street in LA, a fake backdrop that showcases a vintage beach scene, or even a set filled with vintage props and a funky wallpaper, the cinematic aesthetic well and truly comes alive and allows for its viewer to be transported to a brand-new cinematic world controlled and constructed from the ground up by Nadia Lee Cohen.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

Although her photographic style is perfect for the pages of a magazine, an exhibition print or a personal book, one of the most interesting mediums Nadia dives into is the medium of social media. In 2016, the artist added a new element to her work and gained a lot of traction through her online presence on social media channel Instagram in which her own image and personality became the star character within her practice and cinematic universe. Nadia frequently stars in her own work as she becomes the glamorous model dressed in the luxurious outfits, elegant makeup and interesting backdrops that the artist finds herself within from her day to day life.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Lilia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | Right: © Nadia Lee Cohen

Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

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Artist Spotlight
Lewis Swan
Artist Spotlight: Nadia Lee Cohen
Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

Nadia Lee Cohen is a photographer, filmmaker and all-around creator of worlds. Heavily inspired by British and American Cinema from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Nadia creates surreal dream-like scenarios, characters and retro-inspired worlds. The dream-like retro environments are built with a variety of factors such as clothing, makeup, film-like sets, backdrops, props and of course, Nadia’s vision combined with her talent and eye for the perfect photograph.

Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Nadia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

Nadia Lee Cohen’s work is frequently showcased within the medium of photography with work appearing in exhibitions, books, magazines and throughout the world of social media. The artist uses photography to create and showcase cinematic worlds built within her imagination. In an interview with It’s Nice That the artist explains how and why she builds new worlds within her work. “The world I photograph and create doesn’t reside in the same world that we live in, it does not share or possess the same beauty norms, politics or social values” and therefore is “a much freer place to live in”. Due to these factors, anything is possible, and anything can be showcased within her photography. This is where the cinematic aesthetic can fully take control, create a plot, a character or even a unique scenario that may be seen within a film or upon a film set.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Charlotte, East Los Angeles, California, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Teddy, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA
LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Flo, Bethnal Green, London, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | RIGHT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Georgia May, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA

To create this cinematic aesthetic that surrounds her work, Nadia Lee Cohen uses the world of cinema as her starting point and her main source of inspiration. The artist credits Hitchcock, David Lynch, Harmony Korine, John Waters and Stanley Kubrick as some of her earliest and biggest inspirations for her world-building. You can see hints of inspiration by all of these directors and films throughout all of her work from her earliest work “American Nightmare” to her most recent work such as her body of work and book titled ‘Women’. These cinematic inspirations control the aesthetics of all of the artist’s work. One of the first factors and most important factors are the models. The models become the main character/characters within her photographs. To do this, Nadia Lee Cohen dresses her models in luxurious outfit that creates a dominance within the images and allows the character to become the star of the show as if they are an actor or actress upon a film set, this then combines with elegant makeup that helps the model’s features become even more striking than they may already be. Nadia Lee Cohen sometimes even goes one step further and creates even more of a unique world aesthetic with the use of prosthetics makeup which allows the artist to create a brand-new model with very unique features. When these features are combined with one of the main factors within the creation of the cinematic world, the backdrop, which may be a sunny street in LA, a fake backdrop that showcases a vintage beach scene, or even a set filled with vintage props and a funky wallpaper, the cinematic aesthetic well and truly comes alive and allows for its viewer to be transported to a brand-new cinematic world controlled and constructed from the ground up by Nadia Lee Cohen.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

Although her photographic style is perfect for the pages of a magazine, an exhibition print or a personal book, one of the most interesting mediums Nadia dives into is the medium of social media. In 2016, the artist added a new element to her work and gained a lot of traction through her online presence on social media channel Instagram in which her own image and personality became the star character within her practice and cinematic universe. Nadia frequently stars in her own work as she becomes the glamorous model dressed in the luxurious outfits, elegant makeup and interesting backdrops that the artist finds herself within from her day to day life.

LEFT: Women by Nadia Lee Cohen, Lilia, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, Photography by Nadia Lee Cohen. Courtesy of IDEA | Right: © Nadia Lee Cohen

Whether it is in the field of photography or even within the world of social media, Nadia Lee Cohen’s cinematic aesthetic, world-building skills and her eye for the perfect angle, is always visible and always ready to steal the show.

© Nadia Lee Cohen
© Nadia Lee Cohen

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