PRESENCE: The Invisible Portrait
May 2012 to present
Links showing coverage of Chris Buck's first book in the U.S., Canada and Germany!
Odd &s Amazing: Stars by Chris Buck
Life Magazine, November 2010
Some of Chris Buck's best known celebrity portraits and the stories behind them, including Johnny Depp, Ike Turner, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Diesel's "Be Stupid"
Resource Magazine, Summer 2010
Behind-the-scenes of Diesel's controversial "Be Stupid" print ads. Joe Sutton interviews Chris Buck, one of the photographers, and Chris Walley, the Head of Operations at the agency responsible for the campaign, Anomaly.
Respect Magazine, Vol. 1, Num. 2, Spring 2010
A portfolio of Chris Buck Hip Hop portraits, including a newly dug up image of Jay-Z from 1998. As well, Kris Ex asks about Buck's shooting approach in general, and specifically of African American musicians.
Chris Buck Interview
A Photo Editor blog, December 11, 2008
An extensive two part interview by photo industry editor turned blogger Rob Haggart. Part 1 focuses on advice to young photographers, Part 2 examines Chris's working methods.
PDN Magazine, May 2006
How Robert Doisneau's Picasso begat Chris Buck's Steve Martin.
CBC website, March 22, 2006
Matthew McKinnon creatively selects ten of Chris Bucks photographs to tell his story and the stories behind the pictures simultaneously.
Chris Buck radio interview
CBC Metro Morning, March 10, 2006
This six minute audio segment has discussion of the photographer's youth in Canada and stories from a few of his portrait sittings, including George W. Bush and Leonard Cohen.
Chris Buck Profile
Communication Arts, March/April 2005
A straight forward introduction to the photographer and his career, by Anne Telford.
Interview with Chris Buck, photographer
Scene Missing, January 2005
No questions about photography from this absurdist, intellectual on-line magazine.
The Globe and Mail, May 4, 2002
A curious newspaper profile by Sarah Hampson.
Death to Wacky
This American Life, March 20, 1998
Chris Buck was commissioned to photograph David Sedaris in the Spring of 1997, this is the writer's account of the session.
Snapshots of a Pop Obsessive
An in-depth and playful Q & A conducted by music critic (and friend of the photographer) Scott Woods at a time when Chris Buck's career was just finding a solid footing in New York.
A Passion for Pictures
Ryersonian, March 28, 1990
Jeffrey Harris interviewed the young photographer in Toronto for Ryerson University's Journalism Department newspaper three months before he moved to New York. This is the full audio record, it runs 11:07 minutes.