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showcase magazine Dec 2016 chicago issue 629
Chris Bradley interiors & exteriors photographers
Chris Bradley is a commercial photographer who specialises in interiors and architectural photography as well as environmental portraiture. He enjoys soft, glowing light, one point perspective and rich, vibrant colours.
Chris remembers assisting on shoots as he was coming up and thinking "This place is like a tomb, and everyone takes themselves really seriously. If I ever make it in this world, I won't be like that." And he is not. Clients who have appreciated his excellent quality images and fun shoot atmosphere include Vanity Fair Magazine, Kroger, Northwestern University and Buzzi Space.
With an exceptional understanding of light, an eye for design and a mind obsessed by details, Chris is confident that his clients leave the set each day with two key thoughts. First, that the images came out just right and couldn't have been better, and two, that they had a great time helping to make them!
spotlight magazine Jul 2016 interiors & exteriors photography
Chris Bradley is a Chicago-based commercial photographer who specialises in architectural and interiors photography. He enjoys modernist design, trippy down-tempo electronic music, an excellent sandwich and his daughter Emma.
Chris also gets a kick out of making his clients smile broadly, which he does by bringing a combination of energy, wit and excellent imagery to his shoots. Most recently he made the art director in charge of a shoot for Cramer Krasselt laugh uproariously while shooting at a grocery store, by making a clever - if not slightly low-brow - pun about melons (honeydews, and they were in the shot).
Chris is not above picking the low hanging fruit to make a client smile. Other past clients have included Japanese furniture design firm Okamura, clothing supplier Trunk Club, and Vanity Fair Magazine. When not on a shoot, Chris spends his time picking up small, pink articles of clothing from the floor of his modernly styled apartment while reminding his daughter that she "really ought to be doing this herself!"