Christopher Logan


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Christopher Logan

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After graduating from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale with a degree in Photography, Christopher embarked on a new challenge and moved to Milan. There Christopher fell madly in love with the European aesthetic, film and architecture. He began working relentlessly for numerous fashion houses and clients to further master his craft. Constantly evolving, never one to follow trends, upon his return to the US Christopher declined offers in Miami and instead returned to Virginia for the birth of his sister's first child, a boy who would soon become Christopher's most photographed muse. Wanting to be the ever present uncle, he remained there serving as a lead photographer for Rosetta Stone. To this day his work can still be seen, predominately featured in many of the company's packaging and advertising materials. In addition, Christopher also managed the photo department for Feld Entertainment producing vivid andcompelling imagery for Disney on Ice! and Disney Live!

His work - fresh, clean, captivating, but always with a sense of wonder. Christopher work has appeared in several fashion campaigns such as Carmen Marc Valvo, Kara Ross, Carlos Miele, Foot Locker, Luis Morais, and Tyler Alexandra. He has been featured in magazines like: WestEast, Bella, Vanidades, ADON, Fucking Young, ODDA, Fiercieve, Simply The Best, and Zooey. His unique photographic style is coveted by those seeking to blend cinematic imagery harmoniously with the beauty of the every day. Christopher Logan currently spends his time between New York and Miami where his penchant for humanitarianism has him constantly joining forces with charitable organizations. His most recent exhibition was showcased at POP International Gallery in NYC, the series entitled "Tragic Glamour" gave a glimpse into the daytime lives of nocturnal celebrity/Heatherette designer Richie Rich and Ross Higgins. The highly anticipated show drew record crowds and raised funding for The Bailey House. When not working, you can find Christopher listening to Jody Watley, desperately trying to memorize West Side Story's choreography or at the dog park with Rivington Chantilly Devereaux. Yes, just like Christopher, his dog too has a double-barreled name.