Having a darkroom in his childhood home didn’t hurt. Surrounded by photography from an early age, award-winning photographer Brandon Schulman’s love for the photographic process comes from a lifelong respect for passionate craftsmanship, timeless storytelling, and
how a subject’s identity and environment inform its narrative.
Brandon’s work includes the landscape series “A Portrait of America Left Behind,” the portraiture series “String Theory” and collaborations with a range of advertising, fashion, corporate and
publishing clients. His current series, “Project Handmade,” uses motion and stills to document artisans in their studios as they craft one-of-a-kind objects.
Brandon splits his time between Brooklyn and the Catskills, where he shares a mountain home with his wife, Japanese photographer and foodist Chiaki Hara Schulman and their daughter Mila Hannah Schulman.
For any questions or print inquirers:
For commercial commissions:
Isabel Scharenberg Creative Management
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Interview with Brandon on Photography: