Author Archives: Chris

Google Sonos Ads

My latest advertising work is particularly fun for me as they feel like a cross between my traditional witty ads and my Presence project photos. Moving Brands out of San Francisco brought me on to help them execute a campaign to highlightGoogle’s … Continue reading

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Everything Is Awesome

Over the years I had hoped to get an editorial assignment to photograph Tegan & Sara but my fortunes took a different turn when my intern, musician-turned-photographer Daniel Silbert introduced me to Sara Quin at a show in New York. The first … Continue reading

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Who Is Mac DeMarco?

I’ve been a fan of Pitchfork for a long time so I was pleased when they contacted me to photograph Mac DeMarco and I worked hard to wow them. Mac is strangely just like his persona; sweet, funny and super laid-back. I wanted to … Continue reading

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My TIME Has Come

I’m super honored to have this be my first TIME cover – a big thank you to Myles Little, Paul Moakley, Kira Pollack and D.W. Pine!

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Buck Move to Tumblr

I have moved my blog to Tumblr. To see the rest of my latest post “Beats, Served Three Ways” visit me here: Thank you so much for your interest and support on WordPress but going forward the bulk of … Continue reading

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Philip Seymour Hoffman

I did three sittings with Philip Seymour Hoffman but it’s the time that I had a random lunch with him three years after working together that I find myself thinking about. Running errands on a spring Saturday I popped into … Continue reading

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Inspiration: The Family 1976

A short time ago, my colleague John Keatley asked me via Twitter what was the favorite photo book that I owned. My response was that my favorite book was neither a book, nor did I own it. It was Rolling … Continue reading

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