About Charlotte Watts
Atlanta-based photographer Charlotte Watts works closely with you to capture your imagination, tell your story, sell your product, and preserve your memories. Watts brings a background in fine arts to creatively showcase people, businesses, and organizations through extraordinary photography from portraiture to events. Her editorial work featuring food and fashion has appeared in Vogue, Dark Beauty, The New South, and Eide magazine. She has exhibited in at WhiteSPACE, Hartsfield–Jackson International Airport, Mason Murer, Root Division, SomARTS, and at the Fort Mason Art Center and the Diego Rivera Gallery. Her photographic exploration to raise awareness of sex trafficking in Georgia,"The ThrowAways," is currently on display at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. As a member of the Dashboard CO-OP, Watts was part of Dashboard's innovative show “Boom City." She has taught in under-served neighborhoods in Atlanta through The Creatives Project and STEAM Truck, which seeks to empower young people through photography. Watts has received grants from the City of Atlanta's Office of Cultural Affairs, a Walthall Fellowship from WonderRoot, a fellowship from Marble House Projects, and a creative arts residency at The Hambidge Center. In 2017, she was chosen to be a part of Hambidge's Creative Hive, which reimagined Atlanta's bustling city center of Colony Square as a creative enclave of working artist studios. She holds an MFA in photography from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BA in art history and visual arts, with highest honors, from Emory University.
To see how Watts can help you capture magic for your life and work through photography, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.