I have moved my blog to Tumblr. To see the rest of my latest post “Beats, Served Three Ways” visit me here: thechrisbuck.tumblr.com Thank you so much for your interest and support on WordPress but going forward the bulk of … Continue reading
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
Posted in Inspiration, Photographer Colleagues, Photography
Tagged Chris Buck, Deep Throat, George McGovern, politics, Richard Avedon, Rolling Stone, Ronald Reagan, Rose Mary Woods, Shirley Chisholm, The Family, Time Magazine, W. Mark Felt, Washington D.C.
Shooting with Jimmy Kimmel was a particular treat for me as I’ve been a fan since his Man Show days. I was not surprised that he brought a relaxed demeanor to our brief shoot, but there were also moments of warmth, curiosity and, of … Continue reading
Posted in Behind The Scenes, Biography, Editorial, On Set, Photography, Tearsheets
Tagged Bailey Franklin, Chris Buck, Don Rickles, Frank Sinatra, In The Wee Wee Hours, Jimmy Kimmel, Kimmellive, Shelley Lovelace, Variety
Toronto isn’t just the home of politicians with boundary issues, there are a number of fantastic ad agencies there too. I’ve had the privilege to shoot with a couple of them this year. Most recently I shot the Excel Gumergency print … Continue reading
Posted in Advertising, Behind The Scenes, On Set, Photography, Videos
Tagged BBDO, Dwight McFee, Excel, Gumergency, Jeff Kassel, JK Reps, Jooli Kim, Michael Siegers, Peter Snider, Randy Johnson, Rene Bhavnani, Rhys Ernst, Rob Ford, Sean Atkinson, Shawn James, Taxi Toronto, Toronto, Viagra, Wrigley
When I received the assignment to photograph Texas Senator Ted Cruz for GQ I had heard his name once or twice. Boy has that changed in the last month. Politics aside, the experience of working with the Senator and his … Continue reading
Jimmy Fallon is a good sport. Nothing else to be said here. It is great to be part of Variety Magazine‘s re-design, thanks Bailey Franklin.
I have literally thousands of pictures of my daughter – buried away in folders on my computer. So this summer I decided to go back to film. Putting aside any arguments about the value of film vs. digital, there is … Continue reading
Posted in Behind The Scenes, Family, Photography, Snapshots
Tagged Attempting Normal, Chris Buck, Flynn Burgess, George Buck, Hasselblad, Mark Maron, Meghan Buck-Burgess, Michelle Golden, Olive Buck, Patrick Burgess, Sequoia Buck, snapshot, Thousand Islands Park