Chris Buck is a New York-based photographer known for his distinctive style: conceptual, irreverent, smart, and intimate. Chris grew up in Toronto, where—after being the second worst scorer in his ice hockey league—he turned his attention to artistic pursuits. He took up photography in high school and his first photos were of buffalo (the mammal, not the city). Moving to New York City in 1990, he quickly established himself as a sought-after editorial and commercial photographer. He has published two books, PRESENCE: The Invisible Portrait, and UNEASY: Chris Buck Portraits 1986-2016. Chris divides his time between New York and Los Angeles, with his wife Michelle and daughter Olive.