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Saroyan Humphrey is a portrait, editorial and fine art photographer based in San Francisco. He first started making photos at age 8 while attending a darkroom photography class during summer school near Providence, RI, where he lived with his poet father and librarian mother (he was named after author William Saroyan). Soon after leaving college, Saroyan moved to the West Coast and began his professional career as an art director/graphic designer. While continuing his award-winning design work, Saroyan uses both digital and analog cameras and has worked with clothing companies, record labels, magazines, and design agencies. 

Saroyan’s first book, Guide to Northern & Central California Raceways, published in March 2015, is the only title of its kind, detailing the thrill of local motorsports from both sides of the fence.

 

Selected client list

American Honda Motor Company
Autoweek
Bicycling

Blurb
Canadian Automobile Association
Car & Driver
City of Hope
Diablo
Electronic Musician
Hagerty Magazine
Momentum Worldwide
Red Bull Media
Road & Track
Stanford Alumni Association
Team Detroit
The Pennsylvania Gazette
Totem
Triple Aught Design
 

Selected exhibits

International Juried Plastic Camera Show, Rayko, San Francisco (2017); Samples, Photoworks, San Francisco (2017); International Juried Plastic Camera Show, Rayko, San Francisco (2014); International Juried Plastic Camera Show, Rayko, San Francisco (2013); International Juried Plastic Camera Show, Rayko, San Francisco (2012); Samples, Photoworks, San Francisco (2012); Gallery@Print Space, London (2011)

 

Selected bibliography

Vacancy, GreenCat (tbd); Guide to Northern & Central California Raceways, GreenCat (2015); Full Brazilian, (Cover), Nero/Black Inc. (2014); Photoworks #5, (pages 20-21), PhotoworksSF (2012); Photoworks #3, (pages 32-33) PhotoworksSF (2011); Unlimited Grain #1, (pages 100-101), THIAPS (2010); Quite Useless #1, Paperwaste (2008).