Hairstylist Marco Braca has quickly made a name for himself in the beauty and fashion industry. With a broad list of clients, Marco’s work can be seen on the pages of worldwide publications and advertisements. Some of the fashion and beauty photographers that Marco has worked with include Matteo Montanari, Carlotta Manaigo, Tom Allen, Giampaolo Sgura, Matt Jones, Fumi Nagasaka, and Peter Ash Lee. His work has graced the pages of Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Elle, L’Officiel, Dazed & Confused, I-D and Flair. His advertising clients, just to name a few, include Jill Sander, Mila Schon, Abercrombie & Fitch, Uniqlo, D&G, Roberto Cavalli, Max Mara, Bergdorf Goodman, Nike, Neil Barrett and Urban Outfitters.
Growing up in a family of hairstylists, Marco Braca discovered his passion for the beauty business at the early age of fifteen where he worked at his father’s salon in Naples, Italy. At the age of nineteen, Marco’s career evolved quickly when he completed his studies at the Toni & Guy Academy in London. Marco became a member of the Toni & Guy Artistic Team, and also served as a trainer at the Toni & Guy Academies in both Milan and London teaching cutting and styling for demos and hair shows.
Marco began his freelance career assisting top hairstylists lending his creativity on fashion shows in Europe. He quickly started working on his own and for several years thereafter, lived and worked in Milan. Having a need to further cultivate his talents and strengthen his career, Marco moved to New York where he continues to take his talent to the next level by working with cutting-edge photographers, magazines and advertising clients.
Marco Braca lives in Brooklyn.