Chris Sutton is a fashion photographer and creative consultant based in the UK.
For the last decade Sutton has been entrenched in the fashion and entertainment industry, creating pioneering projects in collaboration with directors, stylists and artists including Nicola Formichetti, Nick Knight, Steven Meisel, Steven Klein and Patti Wilson. He has worked with brands and publications including Mugler, Diesel, Chanel, W, V magazine, Stiedl and Interscope Records.
Between 2012 and 2014, Sutton worked with Marilyn Manson as the artist's fashion director, devising treatments and working with fashion houses on custom pieces for the musician's international tours, videos and promotional material. For Manson's Twins of Evil world tour, Sutton provided fashion direction. His close work with other musicians, including Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj and Scissor Sisters, have put Sutton on the map as one of the most exciting creative collaborators in Europe today.
Sutton has worked as creative assistant for Nick Knight and Lady Amanda Harlech. Working across editorial to campaign, Stills to moving image and archive. In 2015 Lady Harlech hired Sutton to consult on Karl Lagerfeld's first retrospective exhibition of his career spanning 50 years. With participation and collaboration with Fendi, Chloe, Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel couture. This exhibition opened in Bonn at the BUNDESKUNSTHALLE.
Sutton is also Director of Chris Sutton Studio, a creative consultancy firm that works on a variety of special design and art commissions for private clients. Previously designed under the label Void of Course before re-branding in 2012, Sutton’s work has been featured in publications such as W and V magazines, and various international editions of Vogue. With Clients such as Christian Dior Make up.
Chris now works full time on image making and consulting between London and Paris.