Sam Horine is a photographer and educator who recently left New York City for the greener pastures of Seattle, WA. Starting his career over a decade ago, he focused mainly in editorial assignments, fine art photography, documentary work and also spent time as an adjunct instructor at New York University. As of late, he’s transitioned this award winning documentary aesthetic into a successful advertising career. When not working on campaigns for clients such as Microsoft, Amazon, Lexus and Adobe he can be found trotting the globe with a camera or 2 in hand.
Sam's work has been published by Travel and Leisure, Conde NAst Travel, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Frieze, Art Forum, Death & Taxes, Spin, Rolling Stone, Art in America, Impose, The L Magazine and many others. He has exhibited in group exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum, The Queens Museum of Art and the New Museum, as well as helping raise over $20k for hurricane Sandy relief at the Foley Gallery on the Lower East Side.
The NY Rangers, Delta Airlines, NBC/Universal, Volvo Ocean Racing, Tourism boards from California, Denmark, Peru, Chile, Iceland, Canada, Israel, Turkey, Sante Fe, New York State & The Faroe Islands, American Rag, The Robin Hood Foundation, Cynthia Rowley, Sony Electronics, The TriBeCa Film Festival, Nike Running, Canon, Remy Martin, Chivas Regal, Macy's, Hugo Boss, IBM, Verizon, Ebay, Heineken, Converse, The Lincoln Motor Company, GMC, Chevrolet, Volvo, T-Mobile, American Express, Absolut, Carnival, Armani, National Geographic, Leica Camera, Seabourn, ASUS,The Luxury Collection, Lexus, Volvo, Nissan, Cathay Pacific, All Nipon Airways, Adobe, Microsoft Surface, Bing, Amazon, Away, Acqa Panna and many more.