Norwalk, CT, United States
Chris Bartlett is a documentary human rights portrait photographer. His projects have included military rape survivors, portraits of Iraqi former detainees who were tortured and abused by the United States military and its surrogates, and Burmese dissidents and former political prisoners. His Iraqi detainee portraits were first shown at the Open Society Foundation’s Moving Walls exhibition. In 2014 the project was reinterpreted as an installation and shown at Photoville in Brooklyn after which it travelled to Houston Fotofest International Discoveries (February 2015) and the Hamburg Triennial (June 2015). In September of 2015 his portraits of the dissident movement in Burma was exhibited at Photoville. Chris has been interviewed by the BBC, NPR, Canadian Public Radio, Al Jazeera and many others.
Chris is also a commercial still life photographer working primarily in the fashion, beauty, and luxury goods industries. He has been published in virtually all the major fashion publications including Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. His commercial clients include David Yurman, Diane Furstenberg, Tory Burch, Calvin Klein, and Kate Spade.
- Still life
- Video capture