Skye Sobejko is an Australian, Berlin based freelance photographer. In 2009 she obtained her Bachelors Degree from Edith Cowan University, majoring in Photomedia and Graphic Design. After completing her studies, she spent one year in NYC, acting as the first assistant and shooting commercial campaigns with fashion photographer Michael Creagh. During this time she also did product work for the high-end vintage company Amarcord, and shot campaigns and look books for local designers.  

During her stay in NYC she began shooting live music events, which she has continued when moving to Berlin in 2011. In Berlin Skye shot collections for local designers and shops, and worked as the resident photographer at the KW gallery for FEED Sound Space in 2013/14. In 2014 she was published in Sheet Magazine for Urban Outfitters, distributed through the whole of Europe.

In 2015 she spent one year back in Australia where she worked for The Blue Room Theatre covering their season launches and events, and worked in-house shooting production stills, and marketing for a variety of new theatre works. Skye also worked photographing collections for local boutiques, and taking portrait head shots for local actors.

Since 2016 Skye is based back in Berlin, where for the last couple of years she has worked on an array of fashion, product, marketing, music and event based projects. In November 2016 she flew to Paris to shoot the World Cancer Congress, and then worked in Northern Ireland shooting for an interior design store Maven, and for an independent florist Best Buds. In 2017 she began working regularly for The White Ribbon as a product and lifestyle photographer (https://www.thewhiteribbon.com/), and shot events with Bite Club and Stone Brewing. She was also was published online in KALTBLUT Magazine (http://www.kaltblut-magazine.com/let-them-eat-cake/).

This year Skye is continuing her work with The White Ribbon, and recently shot the Shebeen Flick Irish Film Festival. She will also be continuing shooting music events with FEED, which has now developed into the Berlin Institute for Sound and Music (http://berlin-ism.com/) at Martin-Gropius-Bau.

Please feel free to contact her with any enquiries regarding quotes, bookings and prints.