Christopher Zaleski 

Austin, Texas

 Photography Resume Highlights

 1982 Campaign photography for Bob Gammage Third District Court of Appeals Judge

         Produced color and b/w photography

 1985 B.A. in Studio Art, University of Texas at Austin

 1986-2016 Photograph artwork for reproduction for well known artists including

         Lance Letscher, Julie Speed, Peter Saul, Beverly Penn, Stephen Daly,

         Richard Thompson, and Robert Rodriguez, using

         4x5 large format film, as well as 5000 art objects using 35mm and digital

 1988 Established Zaleski Studio as a commercial and portrait photography business in

          present location

 1989 Dutchess County Arts Council, Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY, landscape

         photography group exhibition juried by assistant curator of the MOMA, New York

 1990 M.F.A. in Studio Art, University of Texas at Austin

 1990-2014 Artsitic color, cross process, and black and white photography for 600

         weddings in Austin, D/FW, Houston, San Antonio, Nassau, and St. Thomas

 1993-96 Advertising photographs of people and manufactured prototypes for Vindicator,

         last large scale national advertising client done using film before digital Photoshop

 1994-96 St. Edward’s University New College portfolio evaluator

 1995 Portrait of Lady Bird Johnson

 2000-03 Studio lab increased to include processing most of the color and cross 

         process film and prints employing up to four assistants

 2006 Teaching portrait photography at The Art School at Laguna Gloria

 2007 Private show of the Innocent Departure series of nude photography chosen from

         work done during 1996-2006

 2009 Completion of photography for Lance Letscher’s book and Julie Speed’s book

         using 8x10 large format

 2011 Teaching portrait, medium format, and portfolio development photography classes at   

         Dougherty Arts Center concentrating on film photography and optical darkroom

2014 Completion of Images for book of Photographs and Poetry; photographs made of

         several young Women over a seven year time frame on film documenting every

         year as they grow up. 50 16x20 Darkroom prints made to show and design layout

2015 Completion of  2400 Images on medium format film for book project; Inside,

         Outside; The Space In between, 16x20 Darkroom prints made to market to galleries                       

 1978-2016 What began with a fascination of how a photograph can help me to

        understand, and to share with others, the world around me, continues to this

        day, using photographs to help others to see their self image in a positive

        and optimistic light