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spotlight magazine May 2021 people & lifestyle photography
Chris Boulton is a British photographer specialising in brand advertising photography and human stories.
His photography has a documentary feel with a sense of realism. He has built a considerable portfolio in heritage fashion (particularly men’s fashion), lifestyle and travel. He often shoots in the outdoors and looks for the connection between the landscape and his subjects. Recent projects include a year-long campaign for English Heritage photographing their world heritage sites including Stonehenge (below).
Please see further examples of his work at his website.
spotlight magazine Jul 2020 people & lifestyle photography
Based in the UK, Chris Boulton produces visual narratives for both advertising campaigns and magazines. He has a passion for outdoor, adventure and heritage projects and is keen to unearth the people-stories and history that often lay unearthed within the project storyline.
Brands, more than ever, are seeking authenticity with messages that are real, relatable and engaging.
He endeavours to produce filmic, atmospheric images that are thoughtful, emotive and ultimately engaging – images that the audience can see something of themselves in.
Clients include: English Heritage, Poppy Scotland, Greenpeace, Land Rover, Blundstone, Peregrine Clothing, British Vintage Boxing, The Fishermen’s Mission, FujiFilm, The RDA, magazine publications.
Chris is also the co-founder of SoulKind Magazine which is an independent magazine that explores the power of positivity and the human spirit focussing on tales of human endeavour, exploration and resilience.
showcase magazine May 2020 united kingdom issue 797
Chris Boulton Photography advertising photographers
Chris is a British photographer who has a passion for shooting heritage and outdoor/adventure brands and people stories. He creates atmospheric images that people can relate to, or see something of themselves in. More than ever brands are seeking authenticity with messages that are real, relatable and engaging – and this is where he can help.
He is currently working with English Heritage on a campaign to create a series of large format advertising imagery for their world heritage sites.
You can follow Chris on Instagram.