Born in a small town of Nisko, Poland, currently residing in the city that never sleeps. I have been a creative soul ever since I was a little boy living in Poland, drawing skyscrapers and knowing that one day I would live in New York City. Everything I do is out of love, and nothing brings me more joy than to be able to apply my years of experience to witness businesses grow through my work in photography, film, advertising, magazine, book and web design. Clients range from fashion houses like b michael AMERICA to the bubbly PEPSI Co.

I moved to the “Big Apple” as a fashion model at the age of seventeen, right after graduating high school. I have learned valuable photography techniques from talents including Markus Klinko and Indrani, where I was part of a photo and video shoot featuring Lindsay Lohan and Marc Ecko.


Studied Media Communications at the CITY College of New York, Typography at the New York School of Visual Arts, as well as The Business of Photography at the New York Institute of Photography. Studied acting at CITY College of New York, and at James Franco’s Studio 4. Had a small opportunity to work with Beyoncé and director Jake Nava on the If I Were a Boy music video.


The advisory board Arts Committee, and Fashion Committee for Lakewood High School in New Jersey since 2014. Meeting with faculty and students biannually for the betterment of the arts and fashion programs. Marsin also champions causes for suicide prevention, anti-bullying, self-acceptance, and mindfulness.



andrea blanch, marsin, rose hartman

Andrea Blanch, Marsin, and Rose Hartman celebrating the launch of Rose Hartman’s book.

Tziporah Salamon, Elise Rueda, and Val (of Idiosyncratic Fashionistas) strike a pose and manage to take a photo of Marsin at an event.

Nicole Scherzinger, Devorah Rose, and Marsin Mogielski

Nicole Scherzinger, Devorah Rose, and Marsin Mogielski loving the design of Social Life Magazine.


In 2011, partnered with renowned photographer and author Andrea Blanch, and began working on Musée Magazine; the vanguard of photography culture; as Creative Director, and later as the Publication Director, until 2016. Additionnally, Marsin Mogielski is the Creative Director of Social Life Magazine; the premier luxury publication for the Hamptons and Manhattan tastemakers, celebrating sixteen years of print.


In 2019 completed documentary films, Project Peppermint, and #WHYLIE. For more about Marsin Mogielski and film work, please visit imdb.me/marsin.


Include features in Condé Nast, Hearst Media, Manhattan Media, and Moffly Media magazine publications. The London TimesThe Malibu Times, and The New York Times among other print and online media. Notable works include images of Sarah Jessica Parker, Coco Rocha, Margaret Cho, and topless Grace Jones.


Faces of Beauty with Dr. Ramtin Kassir, solo photography and video exhibition. Presented at One Art Space in Tribeca, during New York Fashion Week on September 2014.

Marsin interviewing and photographing Margaret Cho

Marsin interviewing and photographing Margaret Cho and Vincent Castiglia, featured in Musée Magazine, daytime tv show The View, and the Bloodlines: The Art and Life of Vincent Castiglia film.


I enjoy interviewing artists. Margaret Cho, taught me that honesty will help you persevere. Vincent Castiglia introduced me to bloody-innovative art. Rose Hartman has been like a mentor, from whom I learned that you have 3 seconds to capture a soul [moment in photography]. Hartman is known for iconic images inside Studio 54, and documentary film The Incomparable Rose Hartman. Listening to life journeys, and sharing a moment with others is like food for the soul. I enjoy travel and travel photography; a friend once said that travel is a cure for racism, and I believe that travel photography has the power to show just how much in common we all have with one another.

Marsin interviewing Frederique Thiollet

Marsin interviewing Frederique Thiollet at Hotel Particulier.

Let’s make magic happen,

Marsin Mogielski


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