Gary S. Chapman
Gary S. Chapman | I specialize in capturing moments that help organizations create awareness, express their vision and build their community. You can trust me to bring an honest, photojournalistic style to your commercial, corporate, editorial, or non-profit assignments.
Working both locally and in more than 70 countries has taught me how to approach people with respect and empathy, whether they are from the lowest castes of India or the upper echelons of corporations and media limelight. Everyone has a story. We can work together to communicate your message in a way that deeply connects your audience to the purpose you want to accomplish.
Delta, World Vision, Atlanta Mission, National Geographic publications and National Geographic TV are just a few of the organizations that have called on me.
When not working, my wife Vivian and I enjoy urban living in a 1936 converted soda factory loft in Atlanta where we have been experiencing the joys of walkability, public art and sharing the Atlanta Beltline with the diverse population of a very creative Atlanta.
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Stanley Leary is a visual storyteller. He is currently serves as consultant in corporate communications for Chick-fil-A Corporation. Some of his clients include Newell-Rubbermaid, Coke, Georgia Tech, and The Carter Center
Leary’s work has taken him across the United States and beyond — to Burkina Faso, Canada, France, Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Portugal and Romania. His images have appeared in magazines across the world including TIME, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, Parish Match, Stern and many more.
Leary is also a teacher. He enjoys sharing his expertise with others. As well as teaching on the college and university level, he also serves as a guest lecturer at professional meetings and workshops. Clients often contract him to teach their staffs to become more visually effective.
Leary lives in Roswell, Ga., holds degrees in social work and communications, and is married to Dorie Griggs. They have three children.