About Chris Hunt

http://www.chrishunt.com

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.

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Dreams Unwind: Lana Del Rey In Conversation With Stevie Nicks

Dreams Unwind: Lana Del Rey In Conversation With Stevie Nicks
“It’s just time,” whispers Lana Del Rey on her end of the telephone. “Time has brought me here.”
When Del Rey returned with “Love” this year—the first song from her fifth album, Lust for Life, out July 21—a tonal shift was immediately apparent to anyone familiar with the singer’s notoriously dark discography. Beginning with her first record, Born to Die, Del Rey’s previous four releases have been rife with references to ill-fated romance, tragedy, and betrayal. This song…

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Dreams Unwind: Lana Del Rey In Conversation With Stevie Nicks

Watch A Teaser For Spike Lee’s TV Adaption Of “She’s Gotta Have It”

Watch A Teaser For Spike Lee’s TV Adaption Of “She’s Gotta Have It”
Netflix released the first teaser for Spike Lee’s 10-episode TV adaption of his 1986 film, She’s Gotta Have It. The series, coming November 23, marks Lee’s directorial TV series debut—which seems fitting as the original film launched Lee’s career. The original low-budget indie film, shot in just 12 days, quickly became a cult classic and gained rapid success, grossing over $7 million in the box office. The pioneering film addressed sexual stereotypes, self-discovery, and creative?…

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Watch A Teaser For Spike Lee’s TV Adaption Of “She’s Gotta Have It”

Gordi Debuts “Heaven I Know” Video

Gordi Debuts “Heaven I Know” Video
24-year-old Australian-born singer Gordi shares the music video for “Heaven I Know,” the lead single off her forthcoming debut album, Reservoir, out August 25th. Directed by James Soldan, the trippy video incorporates a wide range of visual effects from vintage inspired graphics to shots of Gordi herself singing among wind and shadows. The track is powerfully brought to life through the intense visuals and the artist’s intriguing persona. With the support of Bon Iver and touring…

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Gordi Debuts “Heaven I Know” Video

Premiere: Billie Eilish’s New Video For “Bored” From 13 Reasons Soundtrack

Premiere: Billie Eilish’s New Video For “Bored” From 13 Reasons Soundtrack
In a V exclusive, 15-year-old powerhouse Billie Eilish debuts the video for her single “Bored.”  The track, which initially debuted on the soundtrack for the hit Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, layers Eilish’s powerful, raspy vocals with a soothing tempo. Despite her youth, Eilish has been able to successfully cater to more mature audiences with her dynamic, alluring work. Eilish told V, “being on this show’s soundtrack has been great as it opened up a lot of doors to new audiences that may…

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Premiere: Billie Eilish’s New Video For “Bored” From 13 Reasons Soundtrack

Sia, Adwoa Aboah, and More Are Using Art to Protest Trans Bathroom Laws

Sia, Adwoa Aboah, and More Are Using Art to Protest Trans Bathroom Laws
It’s been a difficult year for the LGBTQ+ community and its supporters. The Trump Administration has turned back the clock on pivotal advancements instituted by the Obama administration regarding trans-bathroom laws. While Trump vowed to support the LGBTQ+ community, and even at points in his political career labeled himself a supporter, it is not hard to believe that Trump did not stay loyal to his word—nor has he mentioned Pride month once. The promises made were evidently…

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Sia, Adwoa Aboah, and More Are Using Art to Protest Trans Bathroom Laws

The First Teaser Poster for Xavier Dolan’s New Film Is Here

The First Teaser Poster for Xavier Dolan’s New Film Is Here
Quebecois filmmaker Xavier Dolan is gearing up for the release of his recently-wrapped English-language debut, “The Death and Life of John F. Donovan.” After months of deliberation and a slow reveal of cast members from Kit Harrington in the title role to Kathy Bates and Natalie Portman, Dolan revealed the first official teaser poster. Through a series of images on Instagram, the filmmaker teased the poster features Jessica Chastain, revealing it later via Twitter.
The two-time Oscar nominee…

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The First Teaser Poster for Xavier Dolan’s New Film Is Here

Wes Anderson and More Resurrect Stephen Shore’s ‘Uncommon Places’

Wes Anderson and More Resurrect Stephen Shore’s ‘Uncommon Places’
Thirty-five years after American photographer Stephen Shore released his 1982 book Uncommon Places, previously unseen photographs from the project are being published in a new book, Stephen Shore: Selected Works, 1973–1981, with narrations by Wes Anderson, Hans Ulrich Obrist, David Company, Quentin Bajac, and more.
With Uncommon Places  Stephen Shore influenced a generation of photographers coming of age in New York City. With Andy Warhol as his mentor and the MoMA backing his wor…

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Wes Anderson and More Resurrect Stephen Shore’s ‘Uncommon Places’

The xx Bring Us Into Their World in “Brave For You” Video

The xx Bring Us Into Their World in “Brave For You” Video
British indie pop trio The xx are known for being quite reclusive, but with the release of their latest album, I See You, Romy Madley-Croft, Oliver Sim, and Jamie xx have opened up to much larger, livelier productions as their shows went from relatively subdued affairs to arena shows filled with light and color. The fast-moving track “Brave For You” is taken to another level as the band produced a stripped-down acoustic version of the song dubbed the “Marfa Demo Version.”
The Marfa Demo Versi…

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The xx Bring Us Into Their World in “Brave For You” Video