I don't want to be static in my work
Martina Jaider (Bozen, Italy, 1977) a portrait, fashion and architecture photographer.
After having studied Photography at the European Institute of Design in Milano - Italy, she completed a six month exchange at the University of Canberra - Australia, studying photography and graphic arts.
After studies she worked in Milano, Industria Superstudio as photo assitant for David LaChapelle, Fabrizio Ferri, Patrick Demarchelier, Tommaso Sartori. Martina Jaider became photographer with 23 years and worked for several Magazines (Streeetfashion, Sport & Street, Trend, Fit for Fun, Nautica, Mono Lab, Trax, Friendly, Mujer 21, Zoom on fashion trends, 20 anni, Top Girl, Rolling Stone, Playlist, Elle Russia, Pig Magazine, Hot, Venus, AB, Deluxx, Cool Schrank, Franzmagazine, FF - Wochenmagazine, Dolomiten, IN Südtirol) and brands (Pitti, Eastpack, Lexmark, Chicco, Bread & butter, Thun, Oberrauch Zitt, Vigilius Mountain Resort, noa* - network of architecture, SMG, IDM, EURAC, Louis Vuitton).
Drones make a completely new kind of pictures possible. Drones make art and give us views that in the past could only be reached by airplanes or helicopters.