Katrina Eugenia is a painter from New Jersey, living in New York City.
Katrina specializes in live art for various commercial brands, painting for their promotions, campaigns and events. She has painted for Philosophy Skincare, Rebecca Minkoff, 7 For All Mankind and Venus Et Fleur.
Her personal work includes biographical oil paintings depicting intimate still lives, self portraits, historical connections, memories and various pop culture references she is connected to.
She is also a photographer and writer providing branded content specializing in self portraiture and SEO branded blogging for clients including Christine Lingerie, Joanna Vargas Skincare, 37 Actives, Hum Nutrition, Wacoal, Cushman and Wakefield, and Moët.
Katrina founded East Coast clothing label, Fairmount Laundry, in 2018. She is the sole designer behind the brand. Fairmount Laundry is a brand based on a true story. To shop and learn more, please visit FairmountLaundry.com.
Katrina's portraits include that of David Thornton, Lewis H. Lapham, Joanna Vargas, Oliver Stone and more. In 2014 she shot behind-the-scenes photojournalism for Steven Klein’s ‘Secret Project’ with Madonna. In 2015 she was the still photographer for a feature film starring Alec Baldwin, Demi Moore and Dylan Mcdermott.
Her line of Limited Edition Signed Notecards depicting iconic NYC buildings are carried by The Morgan Library in New York and her Limited Edition Notecard of her drawing, 'Papa's Pool Where his Boxing Ring Once Stood' is carried by the Hemingway House and Museum in Key West, FL.
Eugenia has appeared in front of the camera for magazines including Esquire and Men's Fitness. Katrina posed for David LaChapelle, featured in his latest books, 'Lost and Found' and 'Good News,' published in November 2017 with Taschen books.
Eugenia interned for Bruce Weber while studying photography at Pratt Institute. She is credited for assisting with his book: CARTIER I LOVE YOU (Celebrating 100 years of Cartier in America).
Lawrence Schiller has described her work as “surreal photojournalism.” The Wall Street Journal covered her first solo exhibition, “Eugenia Universe,” in December 2011: “Feminine Takes on Masculine World.”
Eugenia's photography and writing has been featured in publications including Playboy, BlackBook Magazine, Inked Magazine, Lapham's Quarterly and more.