David Luraschi is a French-American based in Paris, France.
Drawing inspiration from popular culture, film history or folklore, Luraschi develops a narrative approach to photography which he likes to call "do it yourself mythology". Luraschi holds a BA in Film Studies from San Francisco State University, California and a MA in Art Direction from Ecal, Switzerland. His work has been exhibited in the US, France, Canada, UK, Spain and Switzerland. His editorial work can be found in magazines and newspapers including SZ Zeitung, the San Francisco Chronicle, M Le Monde, Libération, Marie Claire, L'Officiel, Assistant, Sport & Style, Of the Afternoon or The New Order Magazine. He has contributed to several publications produced in Switzerland and an architectural series, “A Walk Through Western Irrelevance”, appears in a book titled Neapolis.
Between personal projects and commercial work,
David teaches photography at Parsons Paris.
Clients include Hermes, Martin Margiela, Dior, Jacquemus or l’Opera de Paris for whom he recently directed a film titled “Giselle: The Walking Landscape.”
Other features and contributions can be found The Guardian, Nowness, I-D, Wallpaper, Dazed and Confused, Another Magazine, Vogue Italia, Mojeh, It's Nice That, Harpers Bazaar Spain & Brazil or La Presse.