Stanton is a third generation photographer and Director specializing in cross-platform campaigns. The perspectives and observations he gained from growing up in Missouri and Texas before eventually landing in Seattle are part of what makes his work unique. His photo series “Color is Everything” was featured as a solo show at the Seattle Museum of Art. Some of his more well-known commercial clients include Starbucks, Microsoft, Amazon, PizzaHut, Acer, and Vanguard. In 2019 he was named in the top 10 Seattle lifestyle photographers by Peerspace. In 2018 he joined the board of the Kikulu foundation, a nonprofit which helps educate children in Uganda. This organization and the experiences that come from its work have helped shape Stanton's photography in scope, subject, and awareness. Most recently his personal work focuses on the multigenerational narratives in American families and how that defines our national identity.
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