Austrian born photographer Sylvie Blum started a career in modeling prior taking the helm as a photographer.  She worked with international known icons such as Helmut Newton, Jeanloup Sieff, Luciene Clergue, Andreas Bitesnich, Guenter Blum and many more.

She grew up in Germany, traveling the world; Asia, Africa, Australia, the Middle East, South America and Europe. As a child she already knew she wanted to become an artist. In 2000 her first book "Venus" was published, showing self-portraits produced with an old SX70 Polaroid Camera. Her pop art "selfless" soon became famous amongst art collectors and museums. From 2002 - 2004 Sylvie published 3 art books dedicated to the human form.  

In 2005 Sylvie relocated to the US, soon working on different art projects, showing her work in exhibitions around the globe. In 2008 she produced her "Big Cat" series, showing naked woman surrounded by lions and tigers. She met with David Fahey, who soon became her mentor and artistic inspiration. He encouraged her to work on a new book project. In 2011, her 5th book "Naked Beauty" was publish by TeNeues. In 2012 the Fahey Klein Gallery exhibited her work together with iconic photographer Herb Ritts. Christie's NY introduced her art work in 2014 to a broad collectors audience, selling 400 prints of her work from different series of the past 15 years in her career as an artist. The Polaroid from her "Venus Project" graced the auction catalog.  

Sylvie's art and commercial work is full of passion and based in European rooted. Her style is timeless, graphic, modern and minimalistic.