ABOUT OUR STUDIO
What you can expect from David and our photographers is timeless and beautiful work that reflects not only talent but knowledge and expertise. Our style is elegant and substantial, transcending all vogues of the moment. Our emphasis is on heartfelt expressiveness and visual beauty.
Located in Chelsea, The Lindner Studio has been one of New York’s premier studios for over thirty years. Our staff includes experienced photographers, artists, and designers who are intelligent and caring people. Experts at what we do, we are devoted to guiding our clients through the process of all their photographic needs.
David comes from four generations of professional photographers. His mentor was Philippe Halsman, the legendary Life Magazine cover photographer. With grants in the arts, he specialized in dance, theater, portraiture, and published the magazine Dance Life. As a photographer, David’s subjects have ranged broadly: from the President of the United States (congressmen, governors and mayors, too) to school children; from gangsters to firefighters; from the world’s greatest ballet dancers to tango pros to jazz dancers and musicians; from boxers tocircus performers; from rock stars and celebrities to performers from virtually all over the world. David’s art photography has been shown in numerous galleries, museums and books. In 2004 he was honored with a United States postage stamp featuring his performance photography of America’s greatest choreographer, George Balanchine.
Carlo Cipriani began taking pictures 25 years ago in Italy to help finance his engineering degree, but soon realized that his passion for photography far outweighed his course of study. With his talent and technical intelligence, he was soon shooting fashion and advertising spreads, and opened his own studio in Rome. Shortly after moving to New York, Carlo joined The Lindner Studio. Since 1999, he has built a reputation photographing weddings, portraits, and events, contributing his distinctive vision and expertise to The Lindner Studio.