Emily Hlaváč Green is a New Zealand-born artist based between New York and Los Angeles.

Inspired by the magic of everyday life, her photography explores the space between intimacy, nostalgia and imagination. 
Happiest outside, her images are often deeply rooted in the natural environments she cares about,  juxtaposing narrative with the details of the human form. 
Some career highlights include leading fashion workshops in Shanghai, photographing underwater in the Poor Knight Islands, making a solar energy documentary in Tonga, and documenting the natural dye process in the Peruvian Andes.
She has used her skillset to advocate for causes with The Earth Issue, Lonely Whale, and Photographers Without Borders.

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  Capital One, Dr. Martens, Equinox, Fitbit, Foot Locker, Harrys, Hearst, Hipcamp, Jetstar Asia, Stella Artois, The New York Times, Oui The People, Outdoor Voices, Puma, Reebok, Wayfair

Published in: Aesthetica, The New York Times, Vogue Italia, The Earth Issue, IRIS Covet Book, PDN, Monaco Magazine, Nylon, Flanelle, Refinery 29, BOOOOOOOM, FeatureShoot, La Botanica, Ladygunn, Boys by Girls, Urbis