Marcel Saba began his career with the Gamma Liaison agency, working his way up to Senior International Representative. Seven years later he became the director of the PictureGroup photo agency.
In 1989 he formed his own agency, SABA Press Photos. Saba represented some of the finest photojournalists and portraits photographers worldwide. In 2000, Saba sold his company to Corbis and joined them as Vice President for Editorial Photography. Saba resigned from his position at Corbis in February 2002.
In 1989 he formed his own agency, SABA Press Photos, where he represented some of the finest photojournalists and portrait photographers worldwide. In 2000, Saba sold his company to Corbis and joined them as Vice President for Editorial Photography. Saba resigned from his position at Corbis in February 2002.
In the summer of 2003 Marcel founded Redux Pictures. Redux was his answer to the ‘mega-agencies’ which now dominate much of the market. His objective was to provide high-end images from award winning photographers and affiliates with their own unique, recognizable styles. Redux is a medium-sized agency with the accompanying benefits one might imagine; namely, it represents a human face to the business, developing strong personal relationships with both photographers and editors.
Saba has also helped produce and edit several books including “Witness Iraq,” “Sarajevo,” “Christmas Around The World,” “Acts of Charity” and “American Youth”. He has judged competitions such as The Overseas Press Club award, and Pictures of the Year International. He participated in workshops such as Photo Fusion, the Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar, and World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass. He currently is on the faculty at the International Center of Photography and is a former president of the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund.