Chris Buck likes taking pictures, he has been doing so professionally for 25 years. He hails from Toronto, Canada and he's now based in New York.
His clients include Diesel, Xerox, Mazda, GQ, Esquire, and The Guardian Weekend Magazine. In 2007 he was the first recipient of the Arnold Newman Portrait Prize. His first monograph PRESENCE: The Invisible Portrait was released by Kehrer Verlag autumn 2012.
Chris's other interests include making cocktails, drinking same cocktails, researching Richard Nixon, street hockey, and admiring his cats. But his favorite activity is traveling to Portuguese speaking countries with his wife, Michelle Golden. They have three year old daughter.
He has been called “damaged”, and separately, “clever” but Donald Trump put it best when he said to Chris “Make this quick, I have many important people waiting for me”.