Serving the entertainment community of over 30 years!

As celebrated and recognized as some of his high profile subjects and events, AMIR has earned the accolades and trust of entertainment industry circles, Beverly Hills society and national & local media alike.  Through a history of delivering those “perfect” shots, AMIR has established himself as the “go to” photographer for a myriad of major industry and society events as well as high profile individuals and organizations looking for his creative services.
Since AMIR’s introduction to the city of Beverly Hills almost 25 years ago, he has amassed a clientele that would rival some of the world’s most renowned photographers.  Shortly after opening his Beverly Hills studio, Amir made a lasting impression with the Director of Communications and Marketing for the City of Beverly Hills who asked him to re-create a major print ad for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times.  His talents and abilities convinced the City of Beverly Hills to retain Amir as its official photographer and framer which continues to this day.
Amir’s longtime association and friendship with public relations legend, Warren Cowan, opened the doors to becoming the private and public photographer for such Hollywood icons as Merv Griffin, Aaron & Candy Spelling, Carl Reiner, Kirk & Anne Douglas, Sidney, Victoria Principal, Jack Valenti, Sidney Sheldon, Connie Stevens, Esther Williams, Dionne Warwick and many others.  
Through the years, Amir also established relationships and maintains ongoing assignments for institutions and organizations that include the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau, Beverly Hills Police and Beverly Hills Fireman’s Associations, Beverly Hills Education Foundation, the Beverly Hills Unified School District, and the Maple Center.
Amir’s work with Beverly Hills PR maven Katy Sweet brought renowned Rodeo Drive retailers such as Fred Hayman, Chanel, Hermes, Lladro and Harry Winston, among others.
Amir graduated from USC with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Design and studied photography at the Art Center School of Design under famed photographer Charlie Potts.
Amir’s passion and love for photography have earned him the praise of some of the town’s top names and have made him a “superstar” in his field and career.

 Kevin Sasaki