Sally Montana is a photographer based in Los Angeles and New York City.
Born and raised along dirt roads surrounding cornfields in Germany, she studied photography at Zurich University of the Arts in Switzerland. After climbing every mountain for over a decade, Sally relocated to New York to further her career; some of her personal highlights include spending three minutes with Jimmy Carter, being rescued by cowboy Larry in the Idaho wilderness, witnessing Scott Kelly get into his spacesuit, and being serenaded by Jeff Goldblum.
Sally’s work has been featured in The New York Times Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, National Geographic, Smithsonian Magazine, CNN, Die Zeit, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Harvard Business Review, Village Voice, Rhapsody Magazine, Sunday Times Style, Money Magazine, SWISS Magazine, Lufthansa Woman’s World, FIFA 1904, Der Spiegel, IA Magazine, Perspectives Magazine, Handelszeitung, BILANZ, Le Temps, among others.
Her clients include NBC Universal, Amazon Studios, AMC Network, the United Nations, MyEyeDr., LGT Private Banking, Honda Acura, Swiss Life Insurance, Chinese Hawaiian Kenpo Academy, etc.