Chapman Baehler

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Chapman Baehler
Occupation photographer, director
Relatives Rebecca Baehler (sister, cinematographer)
Website Official website

Chapman Baehler is a photographer and director primarily working with musicians.

His photographs have been featured on more than 160 albums since the mid-1990s, covering artists including Brooks & Dunn [1], Iggy Pop [2], Nine Inch Nails, Kelly Clarkson, Stone Temple Pilots, John Mayer, Fishbone, Nickelback, Korn, Green Day, My Chemical Romance, Three Days Grace, Primus, Alanis Morissette, Arctic Monkeys, Everclear, Hootie & the Blowfish, Rascal Flatts, and others.

He directed a documentary of the Stone Temple Pilots, working with his sister Rebecca Baehler. [3] He also directed two music videos for STP: "Revolution" and "Hello, it's late." Two other music videos directed by Chapman were "Someones In The Wolf" and "Burn the Witch" featuring the Queens of the Stone Age. [4]

Albums featuring photos credited to Chapman Baehler include the cover of My December by Kelly Clarkson, the cover of The Way It Is by Keyshia Cole, the cover of Heavier Things by John Mayer, and others.

Published photographs of celebrities and artists that have been credited to Chapman Baehler include images of Brian Wilson [5], Interpol [6], Scott Stapp [7], Enrique Iglesias
[dead link], P.O.D.'s DVD 'Still Payin' Dues' (the famous 'Truth Seeker' session), and Danity Kane [8].

Magazine cover photographs by Chapman Baehler include two New Music magazine slots: one of the Foo Fighters [9] and one of Kid Rock. [10]


External links[edit]

Artist's page:
IMDB page:
YouTube video of "Someones In The Wolf" (Queens of the Stone Age) [11] Article discussing Brooks & Dunn photo shoot [12][permanent dead link]