photographer/art director/stylist/designer

Sheva has worked extensively as an art director, photographer, stylist, and editor for numerous publications including:
The New York Times Sunday Magazine
The Independent, London
The World of Interiors
Conde Nast Traveler
Elle Deco, Elle UK AD France
Gardens Illustrated
Vanity Fair
New York Magazine
Travel and Leisure
Rolling Stone
Vogue Homme
Art Basel Magazine

Sheva created and photographed an award winning fashion campaign for Paul Smith.

For Bulgari Sheva developed the concept, photographed, designed, wrote and produced two books.

Sheva also created videos and photographs for the Bulgari Instagram feed.

Sheva has editorial experience in the home design, fashion, art, and travel markets in the US, Europe, England, North Africa, India, and Mexico. She lives in Manhattan.

Sheva has collaborated with many photographers including:

Annie Leibovitz

Victor Skrebneski

William Wegman

Sarah Moon

Sante D’Orazio

Mario Testino

Duane Michaels


Arthur Elgort

Mary Ellen Mark

Raymond Meier

Brigitte Lacombe

Albert Watson

Deborah Turbeville

As a freelance art director, production designer, and stylist Sheva has worked extensively for Estee Lauder and Macy’s T.V. Some of her other commercial clients include Piaget, Clairol, Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Veuve Clicquot and Bulgari.

Sheva created and photographed an award winning fashion campaign for Paul Smith (now in the V&A Museum).

She designed, produced, and executed the ASTA event for The New Yorker Magazine in Scotland as well as many DIFFA charity and fashion week events in New York City.

Sheva has collaborated on women’s wear fabrics and leather goods with Paul Smith, and jewelry with Christofle.

She designed Talabgaon Castle, a boutique hotel in India and the food and plating for the Boom Boom Room at the Standard Hotel in New York City.

Sheva participated in the artist in residence program at RISD and taught the history of fashion photography and industrial design at Centro Diseno in Mexico City.

She creates one of a kind art jewelry that is exhibited in galleries and museums in the US, UK, and Paris.