Three Cameras

My Work

Christopher Rusanowsky has been behind the camera for thirteen years. His background goes beyond the conventional wedding photography but also in all aspects of work; photojournalism, documentary, landscape, travel, fashion, and commercial.

Christopher`s style in photography is documentary. Using available light and portable studio lighting, Chris creates unique images that show emotion and a story. With this title of work, portraits are a way to narrate a convey body of work. You always need to have the main charters known in a story. Hiring Chris, you will get a skilled pair of eyes that will capture your project with passion and complete professionalism.

Chris lives on the road, but his home base is Riverside, California. Christopher travels all over the United States and Internationally to photograph his client's projects. To book a shoot with Three Cameras, please CLICK the booking tab above.


Christopher Andrew Rusanowsky, based in Los Angeles, CA. Photojournalist and Commercial Photographer has worked in below freezing temperatures documenting oil field workers, has been tear gassed by the LAPD during protests, stocked by Philippine gang members in Tondo, Manila, hiked the most beautiful mountains of the United States, traveled to distant lands and made lifetime friends.

Since 2010, Chris has worked with some Los Angeles based companies like; White Memorial Medical, creating images to showcase new projects the medical facility provides to the community. He has also worked with Travis Barker`s clothing line; Famous Stars & Straps, creating visuals for Famous`s campaigns.

His work is focused documenting the human condition. Chris has worked with leading industry companies and publications. Providing high-quality visual narratives that have a pulse. Born in Killeen, Tx, Chris has traveled his entire childhood. This experience enrolled him in visual arts and photography. Chris a working full-time photographer, works day and night to create the best media to tell an ethical story.

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