Bio and Contact
Bryan Meltz is a freelance photographer currently based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is a documentary and portrait photographer and has focused much of her work on long-term personal projects such as Resettled, a 4x5 polaroid series of a Somali family that spans 14 years.
Bryan has been commissioned by New York Times, Time Magazine, Vice, Rolling Stone, Financial Times, Outside Magazine, Wall Street Journal, The Fader, Vibe, Blender, XXL, Hollywood Reporter, San Francisco Magazine, Atlanta Magazine, Runner's World, The Carter Center, Stanford, Loyola Marymount University, and Emory University.
She has also collaborated with numerous nonprofit organizations which has led to her work in Uganda, Haiti, Cuba,
and the US.
In 2017, after living and working in Atlanta for over ten years, Bryan moved to Northern California where she lives with her husband Clarke Titus, their son Cyrus, and pitbull Luca.
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March, 2018 photographing chef Dominique Crenn
at Atelier Crenn in San Francisco for Sous-Vide Magazine.