About

 

Portrait artist and filmmaker Catalina Kulczar is a natural  storyteller who connects easily and authentically with her subjects and what  drives them. 

Her work tends to be project based, or to involve groups of portraits that convey a bigger theme, frequently exploring topics rooted in women’s roles in contemporary work and society. She is interested in creating  informed narratives about individual women who have courageously overcome  resistance and obstacles in their paths, no matter what the sector. 

Inquisitive and well-informed, and an avid podcast and NPR junkie, Catalina’s ideas are rooted in both the world as it is as well as the inspirational world she envisions for young women.

Catalina was born in Caracas, Venezuela to Hungarian parents. She comes from a long line of immigrants and strong-willed  women who have survived wars, the Nazis, and tremendous upheaval in search of a better life “elsewhere,” always with their optimism and sense of humour intact. 

Catalina and her husband, the artist and musician Juan Miguel Marin, live in New York with their daughter, Pia, in a trilingual household where the melodic intermingling of English, Spanish, and Hungarian reflects their ongoing involvement in the global music world. 

For commissions and inquiries, get in touch via email or by phone, 704-293-5683.

Photo by Parris Whittingham


Client List

 

ADAY

Audicus

Brooklyn Academy of Music

Care/Of

Casper Mattress

David Byrne

Deutsch 

Dia & Co.

Digiday

Dinediciones

DIY Magazine

DKNY

Droga5






Google

Handy.com

History & Industry

Hypnocraft

KBS+P

Krylon Paint

Laboratoria

LMNOP Creative

Magnolia Bakery

MailChimp

Manhattan College

Maryland Institute of Art 

Minwax

National Geographic

NYU

Prudential

PSFK

Red Antler

R/GA

The Great Discontent

Time Warner Corporate

Tom Tom Magazine

Tula House

Type Directors Club

Warby Parker

Words Are Pictures

 

 

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