Dustin Chambers is a freelance videographer, photographer, multimedia producer, and editor based in Atlanta, Ga. He loved art and everyone around him, including himself, knew that he would become an artist. Starting artwork at such a young age provided him with the opportunity to learn a lot from other renowned artists. It also provided with the means to continually refine his technique. He was hard working and learned very fast to become a professional artist. His work looks for the intangible, invisible elemental threads that unify everything and everyone. Chambers has previously served as associate photo editor at CNN and as the assistant photo editor of Creative Loafing. His editorial clients include Wall Street Journal, AARP, Art Papers, Atlanta Magazine, Complex Magazine, Chronicle of Higher Education, FADER, Education Week, National Geographic Traveler, Juxtapoz, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, TIME, NPR, World Report, and U.S. News, and his commercial clients include Whole Foods, Heineken, Adult Swim, Habitat For Humanity, and GreenLaw.
His images are touching, warm, and ethereal. He is one of the most popular photographers in the world today because of his unique viewpoint. Chambers’ endearing images have been published on greeting cards, calendars, posters, and stationery around the world. All his images promise to inspire and delight all that view them. He has participated in many art exhibitions that have made his artwork to be very popular. Currently his art work can be found in many art galleries and with many private and corporate collectors.