Celeste Sloman is an American photographer and director born and raised in New York City. After completing a degree in Art History at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, Celeste returned to New York to pursue photography. Celeste's work has been published nationally and internationally in publications including The New York Times Magazine, The New York Times, Time Magazine, NPR, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, The Wall Street Journal Magazine, The Washington Post, Elle Magazine, Variety, W Magazine, WWD, Bloomberg Markets, Fortune Magazine, Outside Magazine, Harvard Business Review, the Village Voice, Surface Magazine, Psychology Today, WWD, People Magazine, Der Spiegel, Zeit Magazine, Out Magazine, and more.
In addition to commissions, Celeste is currently working on a series of personal projects.
Celeste's corporate clients include A&E Networks, The History Channel, Lifetime, UN Women, The ACLU, Marriott International, Ballantines PR, National Coalition against Domestic Violence, TruTV, Netflix, Novartis, 3 World Trade Center, Swatch, Neoscape, MacAndrews & Forbes, HITN,Blonde & Co, PineRock Productions, Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Accenture, NTROPIC, Forest City Ratner, Erin Beck PR, The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, etc.