Eva Sereny

Eva Sereny began her career as a professional photographer in the early 70s and rapidly established an international reputation for herself. Her work has appeared in and on the covers of the major magazines. Life, Vogue, Elle, Paris Match, Harpers Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Time, Newsweek to name a few.

 

In addition to her editorial photography, she has worked as a 'special photographer' on movies with many of the major directors such as Steven Spielberg, Fellini, Sydney Pollack, Polanski and George Lucas. During this time she developed a passion for cinema direction and her many years on the studio floor more than prepared her for that role. As a director her first film 'The Dress', a 30 minute short starring Michael Palin and Phyllis Logan, received the British Acedemy Award and the Chicago Golden Plaque.

 

Apart from her role as a director, Eva had a photo book on Romy Scheider published. She is now preparing a new book project which will include celebrities of the 70's 80's and the initial years of the 90's. Recently, her work has appeared in a Paris exhibition dedicated to Romy Scheider. The publicity poster was Eva's photo. Her work has also been included in the Sunday Times Magazine 's 50th Anniversary at the National Portrait Gallery in London.