Christopher St.Armand has a passionate relationship with photography. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, He's noticed that the world around him is a live canvas in which he wanted to capture in every waking moment. His origins began with concert/event photography, which then developed his optical creativity. Fast forward several years, He has been on a photographic odyssey. Christopher had the pleasure of meeting new people from all walks of life, experienced various cultures throughout travels and challenged himself with various photographic projects. Ultimately, he plans to continue to grow with his love for photography and share the world that he views through his lens.
I love working with clients and bringing their vision to life through my images. It gives me a deep satisfaction to produce projects and see that my clients are happy with the finished product. Another aspect of my job that I enjoy is meeting new people and learn for their life stories. Through this I feel a deep connection in which I can translate into my work.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I have done a variety of shoots and they include the following: •Fashion •Concerts •Events •Nude •Weddings •Maternity •Engagement •Food/ Culinary •Fitness •Travel •Street
Every situation with each type of shoot was very unique in their own right. I would try set up a lighting arrangement and camera setting for each shoot, but overtime I learned to approach every situation differently and try to incorporate elements of the client’s personality. Through props, the location or even the studio.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
•Arthouse NYC: Sprung 3 Exhibition •Arthouse NYC: Autumnal Exhibition •PH 21 Gallery: Staged Exhibition •Umbrella Arts Gallery: Let There be Light and Shadow Exhibition •Arthouse NYC: Shine Exhibition
A fun fact about this photographer
In the span of 3 years I have to traveled to 9 countries. One experience that I will forever hold near and dear is traveling to Morocco and riding 4-wheeler ATV's through the desert. My travel party and I ended the excursion by breaking bread in a local villager's home, where we conversed over a variety of topics over mint tea.