Nima Chaichi studied architecture in Iran where he earned his masters. After working as an architect for many years, he turned his attention to photography and came to the United States in 2013 to pursue his dream to be a photographer. Nima attended the school of visual arts in New York City and studied two different photography programs. There he earned his master's degree in fashion photography while on special presidential full-scholarship. His work and experience as an architect and his endless strolls as a photographer have brought him to seek creative ways to combine the two.
As an architect-photographer he has learned ways to combine his emotions with the following elements: light, form, ambiance, beauty, accessories. Currently, Nima is residing in New York City and working as a fashion photographer.
"When the wind blows" is from a fashion editorial with the same name and depicts the perspective of clothing as something magical – as something that existed, flew, floated, fell on its own.
Outstanding color saturation creates vivid images printed on 240 gsm Epson paper with a 10 mil thickness.