Hamid Moslehi is a Los Angeles based music, fashion and portrait photographer. Born in Iran and raised in Italy, Hamid finished high school in Rome, and found his permanent home in the US at the age of 19. He is an art graduate in visual communications from FIDM collage and has made several documentary movies, including “Blue Roof,” in which he gives the viewer a rare inside look into the lives of the homeless population of Los Angeles by actually living amongst them on the streets.
On the opposite end of the spectrum Hamid photographs and works with some of the most celebrated musicians and artists, and has done his most in-depth work while photographing Michael Jackson over an 8 year period, traveling all around the globe. From Neverland to New York, Paris to the Middle East, Hamid was given unprecedented access to the King of Pop, his family and his world.
Today, Hamid shoots musicians, artists and spends time working with fashion designers and their new lines. He is commissioned to do portrait work, adverting and editorial assignments.