Charlotte Monroe Schinner is a Chicago based photographer. Her work is a self exploration where she examines the anxieties faced transitioning into adulthood and becoming independent. She photographs incongruent moments in overlooked places, giving her work a displaced yet optimistic feel.
Schinner graduated from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2021.
Her work will be be featured in "Tiny Works," a group exhibitions at The Fulton Street Collective.
2021 BFA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
2017-Present Freelance Portrait Photographer, Chicago IL
2020 Photography Intern, Rick Agular Studios, Chicago IL
2017-2021 Academic Recognition Scholarship, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago IL
2017 First Place at the Anne Arundel County Art Competition, Annapolis MD
2016 Five Scholastic Art and Writing Silver Keys
2020 Approaching Time, Online Exhibition with Hairpin Art Studio, Chicago IL
2021 SAIC Photography Department Book, Pg.30, Chicago, IL
2019 Featured Photo on Vogue Italia, Online Publication
2018 SAIC Photography Department Book, Pg.80-81
2022 Tiny Works, The Fulton Street Collective, Chicago IL
2022 Magnificently Monochrome, Union Street Gallery,Chicago IL
2022 Muse and Movement, The Fulton Street Collective, Chicago IL
2021 Annapolis Little Gallery, Maryland Hall, Annapolis MD
2021 SAIC Photos On-View, Online Exhibition
2020 Undergrad Fall Exhibition, SAIC Galleries, Chicago IL
2020 Approaching Time, Online Exhibition with Hairpin ArtStudio,Chicago IL
2019 Uniqlo Fashion Shoot, Magnificent Mile Uniqlo, Chicago IL