Contact Charles Christopher

Charles Christopher is an LA-based photographer, specializing in on set movie and TV stills, architecture, interiors, portraits, travel, and anything else that requires an illuminating eye. Clients include Universal Pictures, MTVLifetime, Hallmark, Syfy, E! and NBC.

His first book of photography, DREAM OF VENICE, is now available on Amazon. It is a visual tribute to the strange floating city, accompanied by original texts from a diverse group of Venetophiles, including Julie Christie, Woody Allen, Hutton Wilkinson, Claire Bloom, James Conlon and Sylvia Sass.

West Coast art exhibits:

September 2014: L.A. Astray at Hale Arts Space, Santa Monica.

August 2013: California Open Exhibit at TAG Gallery, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, curated by Edward Goldman.

July 2013: Charles Christopher & John Roseman at Hale Arts Space, Santa Monica.

December 2012: 2012 Open Show at Gallery 825, Los Angeles Art Association, curated by Rebecca Morse of MoCA.

October 2012: ‘Masquerade’ Exhibit at Arc Gallery, San Francisco, curated by Jack Fischer.

October 2012: two of CC’s photographs were chosen by renowned L.A. interior designer Trip Haenisch for inclusion in The Hollywood Reporter’s first ever design showhouse at the The Century condominium in Century City. “Design Hollywood” was covered in a special issue of The Hollywood Reporter.

March 2012: International Photography Awards’ exhibit ‘One Shot: The City’ (part of the kick-off for MOPLA 2012) at The Loft at Liz’s Los Angeles.

December 2011: Three photographs accepted into the ‘Black-and-White’ Exhibit at Linus Gallery in Long Beach.

November 2011: two photographs displayed in the ‘Nature’ Exhibit at Linus Gallery, Pasadena.

August 2011: Made art world debut in the California Open Exhibit at TAG Gallery, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, curated by Peter Mays.

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12 thoughts on “Contact Charles Christopher

  1. Your images always amaze me. Your vision and work are suited to many different environments. Good luck as you start down many interesting paths with camera in hand. Is that a single tree I see? There is a lot of beauty in a single tree…. Good luck.

  2. Your eyes capture Venezia just the same as my eyes do when I’m wandering its streets for hours upon hours, every year. I have maybe a dozen, out of a thousand photos, that might come close to showing the beauty you have perfectly captured. Bravo!

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