Hailing from a family of notable artists, visual artist Christopher Rauschenberg began honing his own craft of photography in the early ‘70s. His innate ability to tell a unique story through the capturing of well-known Parisian landmarks led to Princeton Architectural Press’s publishing of Paris Changing: Revisiting Eugène Atget’s Paris. Transcendent of time, Rauschenberg presents an immersive experience of past, present, and future history with his work. As the cofounder and president of multiple galleries and exhibition spaces, Rauschenberg carries the legacy of influencing myriad artists - as well as co-curating and exhibiting for nearly eight hundred solo artists. Residing in Portland, Oregon, he has traveled and photographed in thirty-four countries, and his work has become a permanent fixture in over a dozen prestigious museums.