Andrew Glatt is a lifestyle photographer based in Chicago.

Specializing in movement and wellness content creation, his work illuminates the relevance of authentic brands and the people who feel connected to them. With a background in Engineering, Glatt prioritizes composition in an effort to challenge perspective, exceed expectations, and remain curious. He's passionate about people and developing relationships that extend far beyond the dimensions of his work. In addition to helping others see themselves, Andrew loves Printers Row coffee, his Red Wing boots, a strong Old Fashioned, and dogs carrying sticks.

Andrew's most recent experience includes work with lululemon, Ebbets Field Flannels, Wild Turkey Bourbon, Olympus, and Sagamore Whiskey.

Why movement?

I come from a family full of Engineers. That's my way of saying I have a little nerd in me. I got a degree in Civil Engineering simply because it runs in the family and I love math. Fast-forward 5 years--I'm 6 months into leaving said engineering job to pursue photography full-time and I get my first opportunity to work with a company I long looked up to, lululemon.

Shooting movement and wellness happened organically. It's a huge part of my everyday life--has been and will always be. It only makes sense for me to be interested in shooting movement because 1) I know how important it is to me so I can connect with others love it so much that they made a career out of it. 2) I've always moved and have been exposed to a lot of different forms of movement.

"Creating authentic imagery for brands and individuals to help them see themselves in ways they haven't before.

If I've done that, I've done my job."

The Process

01. Connect

An intro email followed by a phone call to get to know each other and ensure it's a good fit.

Share your story

02. Conceptualize

Location scouting

Develop Your Vision

03. Create

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Bring it to life