Born in San Francisco to an Iranian father and Salvadorian mother Amir comes from a family of rich culture. As English was the 3rd language in the Ebrahimi household, Amir became a very visual individual at a young age.
Amir studied filmmaking at the Art Institute of San Francisco, then at Brooklyn College in New York. Amir moved to Brooklyn from San Francisco in 1998. After a series of short films and Documentaries Amir began to work in Set Design for Production Designer Gideon Ponte. Working alongside Gideon who set design for top photographers in the industry such as Steven Meisel, Mario Sorrenti, Mario Testino and Steven Klien. These experiences trained Amir's creative eye and help shape his passion for stylish storytelling through images.
While also working as DJ in NYC Amir's four years of set design experience drove him back to his true passion for photography. After a 2006 trip to Cambodia to document Orphans in Phnom Phen, Amir focused his creative attention to documenting the many aspiring local artist, musicians and model's in Brooklyn at the time.
In 2011 Amir Ebrahimi was hired to help create a video identity to a then upstart, Bleacher Report. Amir was a major part of the creative team of producers and directors that built Bleacher Report into the influential media company it is today.
In 2018 Amir moved to LA and started Metric Nine Productions, a original content media company.
Amir Ebrahimi is and available for contracted work worldwide.