Micaela Mclucas is a photographic artist working between London, NYC, and her hometown of Los Angeles. Her colorful work straddles the fine art and commercial worlds and is known for challenging traditional attitudes of the female gaze through it’s intimacy. Expanding conversations on objectivity and ownership to question not only how we look at women but also how we look at the wider world.

Micaela’s practice was founded on her degree in Art and Philosophy from the Sorbonne, in Paris, and she has since relocated to London, having previously assisted several highly established photographers full time, developing a clear understanding of the advertising world and how that ties back and informs her art.

Her advertising clients include Pepsi, Marriott, Rolls Royce, Adidas and more. Micaela layers her experiences within her art just as she layers colour, to form a juxtaposition of truth and altered states. Addicted to making work, always on a plane, always digging deeper and experimenting with technique.

Commissions, image licensing, commercial portfolio, or any other enquiries : micaelamclucas@gmail.com


  • 2013- Licence Arts Plastiques, Université Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris
  • 2010 - Foundation in Painting, Art Students League, NYC
  • 2008 - Painting/Photography Santa Monica College, Los Angeles
  • 2006 - BFA Fine Art Cal State University, San Francisco


  • 2019 October, "Love & Loyalty" St. Pancras Hotel, London
  • 2017 May, EXIT Sid Motion Gallery London
  • 2015 June, solo show "Cirrus" Castor Gallery New York City
  • 2015 January, "18 percent" Castor Gallery New York City
  • 2015 November, "Lost Love" SuperMassiveBlackHole Dublin
  • 2014 August “Inside/Out” Castor Gallery New York City
  • 2014 May “Process” New York City
  • 2014 May La galerie Soufflot, Paris
  • 2008 October “International LA Photographic Art Exposition” Santa Monica


  • Pepsi, Marriott, Adidas, Rolls Royce, Liu Jo, Condé Nast Traveller, Vice, L'Oreal, Samsonite, Ninjatune Records, Refinery29, Dunhill, Port Magazine, Sony Music






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