Zealous in nature, Salar Kheradpejouh’s identity thrives on cinematic vision and spirit haunted images, his artistry born in Esfahan, Iran 1986.
A body of work spanning over one decade with complete devotion to his craft, Salar experiments in many forms of photography, his approach is both humbling and evident.
Amidst the contrast, adventures to Morocco, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and often returning to his native soil in Persia, are all extensions of his output. Since relocating to Berlin, focus touches on documenting minimalism in architecture, alongside the sombre landscapes Germany provides.
Hunting the truth and story telling through the lens, both attributes binding a personal expression found in Salar’s street and journalistic imagery, tales of black and white composition are key factors in his journeys, reacting to the moment creates for a timeless piece with emotional connectivity.
B&W Minimalism Magazine issue 5