Christaan Felber photographed rising French film director, Katell Quillévéré, for Flaunt Magazine where she discussed her latest film, “Heal The Living.”
GIANT congrats to Christaan Felber, João Canziani, and Emily Shur for being selected as winners of the American Photography 33 Competition, representing the best of the best of 2016!
Christaan Felber‘s latest personal project documents the Boyle Heights area of Los Angeles, a predominantly Mexican-American neighborhood whose culture is being rapidly threatened by the gentrification process. This portrait was taken of one of the many mariachi musicians gathered in Mariachi Plaza, in hopes of getting hired to play.
Christaan Felber shot photos of New York’s Augustine for the Tables for Two section of the New Yorker.
Christaan Felber spoke with Communication Arts about his aspirations, his favorite projects and the importance of staying curious. His mantra? “Be honest and follow what you want to do.”
Christaan Felber shot YouTube personality and filmmaker Casey Neistat for Samsung’s Oscars campaign!
Christaan Felber shot indie rock duo Jonathan Rado and Sam France of Foxygen for The National.
Table for two! Christaan Felber shot contemporary Asian eatery Chinese Tuxedo for The New Yorker.
Christaan Felber‘s image is featured in this week’s The New Yorker in an article about the history of the legendary Chumley’s. Check it out here!
Christaan Felber shot The Strokes’ Albert Hammond Jr. for the Men’s clothing brand, Basic Rights. Check out a couple of our favorites below!
Christaan Felber shot Turkish preacher, writer, and political figure Fethullah Gülen for this week’s issue of The New Yorker!
We are excited to announce the release of Christaan Felber‘s latest publication, Nightwalkers! Designed, printed and bound by Christaan himself, Nightwalkers is a testament to “the restlessness, the insomnia, the characters that seem so quintessential to [New York City].” Head to Christaan’s site to purchase a copy of your own!
Christaan Felber shot another story for the Tables for Two section of The New Yorker, this time featuring Manhattan-based, Chinese restaurant Hao Noodle and Tea By Madam Zhu’s Kitchen.
Christaan Felber shot singer-songwriter Miguel + a few of his favorite things for this month’s issue of Rolling Stone.