Christopher Bazzani lives and works in New York City as a graphic artist.
After earning a BFA in Photography from The School of Visual Arts,
Christopher went on to manage two high-profile, custom black-and-white
photography labs in New York City. He later transitioned into the world of digital retouching, and graphic design while working for Duggal's newly formed Visual Imaging Department before establishing Bazzani Design Studio in 1994.
Bazzani Design Studio helped to develop "The Antiques News", a New York-based monthly newspaper whose reputation for creative design and illustration influenced other regional publications on antiques.
Through Bazzani Design Studio, Christopher continues to provide graphic design services to his clients including logos, promotional materials and CAD illustrations. In addition, he has been collaborating with designers in the jacquard textile industry, reinterpreting and developing new upholstery fabric designs for over 20 years.
Christopher has been spending more time painting with acrylics on canvas in the studio and continues to build his photographic portfolio
of architectural, travel and fine art photography.