Standing out in the world of photography is a hard task, but Zachary Ibdah continues to break the mold with his boundary-stretching art and impressive work ethic.
Hailing from Houston, Texas, Zachary has been expressing himself through the lens from a young age. A true craftsman, his photography journey has been one of discovery, challenge, innovation, and lessons learned.
“The process of building my brand will never end”, Ibdah stated. Indeed, the 24/7 nature of photography and videography is perfectly suited to his eccentric creativity and high-octane philosophy on life. Ibdah’s brand, known as Zacseg, is at the forefront of creativity in the social media age.
Zacseg is Pioneering A New Social Media Philosophy
The social platform has been well and truly embraced by Zacseg as it offers unrivaled quality and professionalism in a market oversaturated with the forgettable and the mediocre. The transcendental beauty of Ibdah’s work serves as a powerful antidote to the often banal content that the Web is guilty of.
Perhaps this is the reason why the Zacseg Instagram page has amassed almost 200,000 followers. Ibdah is injecting quality back into social media whilst retaining, and growing, his increasingly large audience size.
Numerous successful and popular influencers have worked closely with the Zacseg brand. These include Jon Vlogs, Trill Sammy, Dice Soho, Kap G, DYF Blake, and many more. In his relatively short career, Ibdah has garnered a considerable amount of critical praise from both his collaborators and fans.
A Future in Focus
Despite being only 22, Ibdah’s work has been featured in a variety of highly popular and influential platforms such as Forbes magazine and Time magazine which is a testament to both the quality of his work and the range of his creative output. One week he could be conducting a fashion shoot, the next he could be overseeing the creation of a documentary.
The sky really is Zachary Ibdah’s limit. In a career that has already seen him take on a smorgasbord of challenges, the future will certainly be littered with new ideas, locations, collaborators, and recognition.
“I really hope to progress my career as a director”, he added. There aren’t a lot of 22-year-old with such lofty ambitions, but, then again, there aren’t a lot of 22-year-olds with Ibdah’s talent.
The future looks bright for Zachary Ibdah and the Zacseg brand. Much like the cameras he works with, his goal of changing the nature of directing is very much in his focus.