Sarah Soquel Morhaim is an artist & photographer living in Los Angeles. Her work explores questions about the nature of reality, existence, and the so-called unphotographable world through the lens of everyday life. She primarily makes unique photographic prints,
videos, and paintings. Her art work has exhibited at MOCA, Family, and O.N.O. Gallery in Los Angeles, and selections of her artist books are collected by the Artist Book Collection at the MoMA Library and received mention in the New York Times Style Magazine. Her editorial
photography has appeared in numerous publications including W, New York Magazine, and Jalouse, and her short films have screened at venues such as the Sundance Film Festival, AFI Fest, and Palm Springs International. Commercial clients include KENZO, Levis, and
Focus Features. She grew up in the suburbs of Baltimore and graduated from Cornell University.

instagram: s_a_ss_o_

selected publications/clients, Apology, Aritzia, Bon, Bron Studios, Brutus, Bullett, Capricious, Cav Empt, Chill Out Relaxing Clothes, Dazed Digital, DISTINC,, Elle, Focus Features, Human Being Journal, IAMSOUND, Inventory, Jalouse, JUNK, KENZO, LA's BEST, Levis, Monster Children, New York Magazine, NUVO, Nylon, Osei-Duro, Paper, Paris-LA, Scripps College, SSAW, Surface, Telerama Journal, UNEARTHEN, Urban Outfitters,
Vice, Vogue Australia, W, Yen

selected film screenings
AFI Fest, Atlanta Underground, Austin Film Society, CineVegas, Echo Park Film Center, Jacksonville International, Malibu International, Maryland Film Festival, Northwest Film Forum, Palm Springs International, Philadelphia Independent, San Francisco Cinematheque, The Sundance Film Festival

some links
Buy POP SONGS at Bad Dimension Press
Buy 'SHINE-A-LIGHT' from O.N.O. Press
Buy 'FILMS 2015' from Printed Matter
Buy 'Year of the Ghost'from Printed Matter or Family or Ooga Booga
Buy 'FALSE START' from Printed Matter
Buy 'SISTERS' zine from Ooga Booga
Buy 'TOTEMS' double-sided poster from Family with text by Jennifer Krasinski
Buy 'MATTER ISSUE ONE' at Family
KING book
Vimeo page of videos

Music (plus)

selected exhibitions
2016 HERE, HERE, HERE, AND HERE, Video piece in conjunction with SHINE-A-LIGHT publication, O.N.O., Los Angeles, CA
2016 EXPRESSLY FOR YOU, Performance commissioned by Women's Center for Creative Work at Los Angeles Art Book Fair, MOCA Geffen
2015 BE MY GUEST, solo exhibition, O.N.O., Los Angeles, CA
2014 One Thing Then Another, 3 Days Awake, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Jacob Robichaux, Beth Houfek & Dean Spunt
2014 F/S V.1, FatherSons, Los Angeles, CA
2013 Timepiece, Alias Books East, Los Angeles, CA, commissioned by Cali Thornhill Dewitt
2013 Friends & Family, Eva Hober, Paris, France
2013 Transitions, Art Park Gallery, Sydney, Australia, curated by Joseph Allen Shea
2013 Anywhere But Here, Space 1520, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Victor Saldana
2012 Cross Process, Sonos Space, Los Angeles, CA, curated by W Magazine
2012 Fresh, MOCA, Los Angeles, CA
2011 Totems, Synchronicity Space (solo), Los Angeles, CA
2011 Beginners: Drawings & Photographs, Family, Los Angeles, CA, three person show with Mike Mills and Todd Cole
2011 Modern American Opinion, Take-off, Los Angeles, CA
2010 FLICKER Films On A Screen, Thirty-Days, NY, NY, curated by Lance Bangs
2010 Group Show One, Family, Los Angeles, CA

Books/Zines/Objects published by
Bad Dimension Press, Cat's Cradle, Editions Ltd., FatherSons, Fuckers Books, Kaugummi, O.N.O. Press

Carried at shops such as
Family (LA), Librairie Husson (Brussels), Motto Books (Berlin), Not Pillar Books (Kyoto), Ooga Booga (LA), Printed Matter (NYC), Skylight Books (LA), The Newsstand (NYC)
, The Pit (LA), Yebisu Art Labo (Nagoya), Yvon Lambert (Paris)

“Sarah Soquel Morhaim, whose photography has so transcended traditional
ideas about taking pictures that it’s hard to call her a photographer at all.
Translating the photographic language to bookmaking, film, and music,
Morhaim has been creating work that touches on ideas of ritual and personal
behavior for nearly a decade in Los Angeles.”
- Maxwell Williams for KCET Artbound

Soquel pronounced - SO-KELL

Morhaim pronounced - MOR-HIME