Chris Hunt is a fashion and advertising photographer, based in New York, Los Angeles and Mexico City. Originally from California, he has spent the last 15 years living and working in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Moscow and across the United States. Beginning his career as a photojournalist, Chris then moved into fashion photography after working as a model agent for several years in L.A. He has recently broadened his portfolio into film, directing TV commercials for fashion and lifestyle brands.
Chris balances outstanding creative talent with an impressive level of technical expertise, delivering impeccable professionalism and work of the highest quality with a relaxed and friendly attitude.
On the rare moments he is not in his studio, Chris can be found pedaling his road bike through Italy, SCUBA diving in the South Pacific or riding a motocross bike in the mountains of California.
His advertising clients include Google, TELCEL, Mitsubishi Automobiles, Pond's, Samsung, GNC, Chevrolet, Knorr and Garnier. He also works for fashion and beauty clients such as BCBG Max Azria, Herve Leger, Forever 21, bebe, ALDO, Nine West, Macy's, GAP, Banana Republic, Wet Seal, Arden B., Jockey International, Avon, Liverpool, Skechers, Fox Girls, Billabong, Stila Cosmetics and C&A. His work has been published in international magazines including VOGUE, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, Interview, Maxim, Surface, Men's Health, Nylon and InStyle. High profile clients include sports stars Maria Sharapova and Wayne Gretzky and rappers Ludacris, Ice Cube and 50 Cent.
Jaime King Makes Modeling Comeback for Miu Miu
Jaime King has been killing the games when it comes to acting roles and feminist activism, but now she’s finally returning back to the field that paved her way: modeling. The forever cool chick stars in Miu Miu’s Fall 2017 ad campaign, her first foray into the modeling world in several years.
Listen to Katy Perry’s Racy New Single Featuring Migos
In her follow-up to hit single “Chained to Rhythm,” we’re introduced to a more intimate side of the 32-year-old singer-songwriter.
“Bon Appétit” is about what you might think, and showcases the singer’s “appetite for seduction.” With an infectious beat and enthusiastic vocals, the song appears to follow the perfected formula that has established Perry as a global superstar. But what sets this track apart is its uncharacteristically racy lyrics. “Got me spread like a buffet,” she croons, bef…
Cashmere Cat Releases Knockout Debut Album, ‘9’
Producer extraordinaire Cashmere Cat has finally put out his debut album, entitled 9, after years of releasing EPs and singles with artists like Ariana Grande. The record sees him team up once again with the pint-sized powerhouse on the incredible “Quit,” but now, he has many artists supporting his opulent productions, letting him climb up to the big leagues.
The producer brings out his extravagant productions into full force on his debut, with his tropical beats stretched into abstract l…
Fyre Festival Has Been “Postponed”
Attendees at the inaugural Fyre Festival this weekend, held at an alleged private island in the Bahamas, were expecting a top-notch experience with luxury accommodations, gourmet food, and sets from artists like Tyga, Desiigner, Major Lazer, and Disclosure. After all, they paid anywhere from $2000 to $12,000 for the adventure. Unfortunately, that isn’t what they arrived to, if they made it there at all. This morning, the festival canceled all inbound flights.
Guests who were expecting to sta…
Dr. Woo is Los Angeles’s Most In-Demand Tattoo Artist
Tucked away in the courtyard of Los Angeles’s famed Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel on Hollywood Boulevard (the west coast’s version of Broadway) sits Dr. Woo’s brand new studio. It is impossible to find. “Up the stairs, to the right at the door, left at the garden, behind the bamboo,” were the directions of one hotel employee. “Just across from the pool,” said another. “Let me walk you there,” a third finally offered.
As one of L.A.’s most in-demand tattoo artists, Dr. Woo lik…
Chvrches Share Their New Kristen Stewart Directed Video
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Sky Ferreira Teases New Music
Good news for Sky Ferreira fans: the artist-model-actress triple threat took a break from booking great acting gigs (like the recently announced Burning Woman and the upcoming revival of Twin Peaks) to tease new music on her Instagram story last night.
The tracks that she teased were mainly a mixture of rough demos and covers, including one called “Bittersweet Devotion” and another that could end up being her second collaboration with Jesus and the Mary Chain. While it’s unknown what…
Taco of Odd Future Talks DJing, Show Prep, and His Current Top Tracks
First things first, where does the name “Taco” come from and when did you get into music?
That’s something that I wish I had a proper answer to. It started as a joke and it never stopped. In some weird way, it makes sense for me. I didn’t get into making music until recently—just by trying random things. No rapping or singing though. I started DJing at 17 or 18. Christian [Clancy] and Brad [Scoffern] just kind of threw me on stage and the rest is history.
Describe yourself in four wor…
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A New York based romantic comedy is nothing new—adding some odd, quirky dialogue that sounds like, well, dialogue, as opposed to real people having real conversations certainly does not help add authenticity or anything new to the tired genre. First time writer and director Sophie Brook’s The Boy Downstairs, while a passable and more or less competent film, falls victim to these tropes that are becoming increasingly common in films about young people living in the city (Noah Baumbach’s…