Having been immersed in both the fashion and fine art industry for the past ten years, Karine Grace’s intimate and sincere photographs specialize in revealing vulnerability in even the most powerful and iconic of her subjects.  Her most well-known work features her singular approach to portraiture — whether it be candid moments with iconic supermodels as Freja Beha Erichsen or personal profiles of art-influencers Linda Rodin and Stella Schnabel.

Karine has worked for numerous noteworthy publications — most recently Vogue Italia and Vogue Paris — and she has been able to thoughtfully fine-tune her craft, assisting such legendary talents as Annie Leibovitz, Mario Sorrenti, Steven Meisel, and Hans Feurer.  

Her first book, “The Circus”, has been published in Autumn of 2016 and focuses on her year-long portraiture of night dancers in New York City’s underground. It's available at Dashwood books, NYC and at Flying-Books, Tokyo.

Many more photographs, publications and exhibitions will follow....

Karine Grace is currently living and working in Tokyo, Japan.