Conrad Louis- Charles
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Conrad Louis-Charles is a documentary and travel photographer based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has shot assignments for corporate client SAP in America, Brazil, Argentina, and Singapore.
He has contributed work to Lonely Planet Magazine in Spain and National Geographic online and has stock photography represented by Getty Images.
Conrad collaborated on an Antarctica photo project with Brazilian navigator Amyr Klink sponsored by SAP Brazil. On another corporate project, he photographed challenges facing street children in São Paulo, Brazil. A book was published "The Dream", for the children foundation of Brazilian race car driver Emerson Fittipaldi.
Conrad has exhibited at Pentimenti and Taller Puertoriqueño Galleries in Philadelphia, Penn State University's Robeson Gallery, FNAC Gallery in São Paulo, and in galleries in Dominican Republic and Paris.
His work was also published in a photography book called "Terra d'agua" sponsored by Rhodia Farma which involved a medical research expedition in the Amazon of Brazil.
He worked as director of photography for the short film "Next Tuesday" filmed in Philadelphia and currently shoots documentary work.
Conrad's passion is photographing Brazil and Hispaniola where he travels extensively. Currently he is shooting documentary film and photo projects on religious pilgrimages in Brazil, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic.
- Still life
- Video capture