Robert Schlatter is a native of Zürich, 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, working on in-house projects for Hermès and Christian Dior as well as editorial fashion and portrait assignments for various French, German and Swiss magazines. An ad campaign for Levi’s brought him to the San Francisco Bay Area, where he is living today with his family . 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. Robert’s commercial work has been included in Archive Magazine’s book “200 Best Advertising Photographers Worldwide” for 10 years consecutively. His first Monograph “Ghost Man” will be published in 2021.



Banana Republic, The Gap, Shiseido, Elizabeth Arden, Neutrogena, Sephora, DHC Cosmetics, Paul Mitchell, Nordstrom, Nike, Motorola, Apple, Samsung, Google, Nest, Jawbone, Logitech, Panasonic, PepsiCo, Barclay’s Global, US Trust, Visa, UBS, Swatch, Genentech, McGuire, Herman Miller, New York Times Magazine, Wired, Dwell, BIG, Surface, HB, Soma, Elle Germany, Harper’s Bazaar



ADDY, AR 100, GRAPHIS, Western Art Directors Club



“Photopoetics”, The Houghton Gallery, New York

“70 ans Jardin des Modes”, Musée des Arts Décoratifs du Louvre, Paris