Cat Garcia

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We’ve represented and worked with Cat Garcia since 2011, so it’s especially hard to see Cat move on from Breed after so many years and we’ve all felt very privileged to have been involved with her on so many amazing projects and worked with some great clients.

As a small, selective creative agency representing artists, illustrators and designers for the most part, we’ve always believed in championing a mix of talent. Cat brought her extraordinary photographic skills to that mix, and not only have we loved being involved in the photographic side of the business, but we’ve learned an enormous amount from Cat.

We’ve also been able to watch from the sidelines as the young designer keen to show what else she could do, has developed her abilities and grown to become the outstanding, and sought-after, photographer she is today.

Indeed, she’s progressed at such a rate that she does now require a bigger platform than what we can offer. So, hard as it is to see her go, we know it’s the right thing.

We know she’ll go on to ever-greater success with whatever she decides to do and whoever is lucky enough to work with her. We wish her all the luck and love. No-one takes a photo like Cat, and no-one rocks a biker jacket like her, either. She’s a unique artist and we’re going to miss her a lot.

Looking back over the years, we’ve picked out a few of our own personal favourite shots taken by Cat, listed below.

Ecuador, Belstaff – Guy Grieve, Boys by Girls – Solomon Golding and Alex Lawther, Mr Porter – Richard Madden, Cornwall, LA, Mr Porter – David Evans, Mr Porter – Greg Williams, Mr Porter – Jeremy King, Quarterly – Spring, Scott Stephenson, Natasha Law, Sarah Sawyer and Our Time – Martin Roth.