“Aranda works against the grain. His images shirk traditionally hierarchical, staid forms of group portraiture, and aim for naturalism and diversity.”


The British Journal of Photography – Read more here



“Aranda’s portraiture aims to communicate the subject’s humanity and strength, expressing as much as possible about a person in one, singular image.

It’s earned him a place as a favourite photographer for top brand style magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair and Harper’s Bazaar.”


BBC News – Read more here



“Photographer Frederic Aranda created a series of group portraits celebrating NHS workers at the Royal Free and Barnet hospitals in London, from intensive care doctors to porters.”


The Guardian Newspaper – Read more here



“His vast array of portraiture always communicates its subject in an overtly human and beautiful way.”


Martin Brudnizki Design Studio – Read more here



““I trusted Freddie,” she says. “He knows how to make a woman feel beautiful.””


New York Times article on ‘Electric Fashion’ book – Read more here



“Here’s a first: editors from all the Vogue magazines seated together.” – Cathy Horyn


New York Times – Read More here



“One of London’s most sought-after portrait photographers is one of its most unlikely: the Swiss-born Frederic Aranda, who wanted to be a rabbi as a child and then studied Japanese at Oxford University.”


San Francisco Chronicle – Read more here



Winner First Prize, Editorial category with group portraits


Swiss Photo Awards 2018 – Read more here



“Фотограф Фредерик Аранда любит снимать именно портреты, называя их самым честным видом фотоискусства.”


VOGUE Ukraine – Read more here



“For Aranda, the true challenge of portraiture is to try and express as much as possible about a person in one, singular image.”


Aesthetica Magazine – Read more here



“Sir Ian McKellen in a duvet and Grayson Perry holding a baby are shortlisted portraits among stunning entries for international photography prize.”


Daily Mail Newspaper – Read more here



“Alle werden von Aranda mit derselben Akribie fotografiert.”


Sonntags Zeitung – Read more here



The Vogue Editors picture explained


British Vogue – Read more here



“Eines der wichtigsten Fotos, das jemals für die Vogueaufgenommen wurde, stammt aus dem Jahr 2011 und erschien niemals als Titelbild”


Süddeutsche Zeitung – Read more here