Chris Buck is a Canadian photographer and director known for his distinctive style: conceptual, irreverent, smart, and intimate.
His portraits have won placement in the prestigious annual American Photography over forty times, and he was the first recipient of the Arnold Newman Portrait Prize.
Buck grew up in Toronto, Canada; his father worked for the Kodak company, creating an early and natural connection to photography. He moved to New York in 1990 and established himself as a sought-after commercial and editorial photographer. He has published three books: Presence: The Invisible Portrait, Uneasy: Portraits 1986-2016, and Gentlemen’s Club: Partners of Exotic Dancers.