Art Streiber is a master portrait photographer whose work celebrates the best of his subjects, whether they’re an A-list entertainer, athlete, businessperson, or cultural figure. His images are distinguished by their sophisticated use of light, styling, mood, and composition, and for the powerful connection between Art and the person in front of his camera.

Art has photographed the most notable movers and shakers in the world, from Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, and Sen. Dianne Feinstein to Ryan Reynolds, Lady Gaga, Kevin Hart, Amy Adams, and Nicole Kidman. Networks including HBO, Paramount, Warner Bros., Sony, Hulu, Showtime, Netflix, Comedy Central, NBC, CBS, TV Land, TBS, Fox Sports 1, Freeform, A&E, YouTube Red, and IFC have commissioned him to shoot their campaigns, as have consumer brands of all stripes—ranging from restaurants (Rob Lowe, Reba McIntire, and George Hamilton all portrayed Colonel Sanders in his KFC ads) and retail (Target) to tourism, financial, and automotive.

Art’s work has been honored numerous times by American Photography, Communication Arts, Photo District News, and the APA. He is a winner of the Pacific Design Center's "Star of Design" Award for Photography and was named to American Photo magazine's list of "The 100 Most Important People in Photography.”

He is also an in-demand speaker at photo festivals and universities and has been interviewed for podcasts and videos and profiled in magazines. On Instagram, and in the industry at large, he’s known for his creative problem-solving, his sense of humor, and his graciousness.