Robert Schlatter is a native of Zurich, Switzerland, a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Cooper Union School of Art in New York City. He paid his dues as an assistant to the great Irving Penn.  Robert started his career in Paris and honed his style while working for fashion magazines and doing his personal work in portraiture. Later he moved to his current residence in California. He now splits his time as a portrait and still life photographer between California and New York. His editorial work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Surface, Wired, Big, and Dwell. Commercial clients include Shiseido, The Gap, Banana Republic, Nike, Apple, Motorola and PepsiCo. His work has been included every year from 2003-2013 in Archive Magazine's book  "200 Best Advertising Photographers Worlwide".





Banana Republic, The Gap, Shiseido, Elizabeth Arden,  Neutrogena, Sephora, DHC Cosmetics, Paul Mitchell, Nordstrom, Nike, Motorola, Apple, Samsung, Google, Jawbone, Logitech, PepsiCo, Barclay's Global, US Trust, Visa, UBS, Swatch, Genentech, New York Times Magazine, Wired, Dwell, BIG, Surface, HB.