About Chris Davis has been a passionate observer since childhood. Photography was a natural outgrowth of this, and he's still passionate about watching light move over form - often to the confusion of his wife! Chris grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, where he was influenced by the history of the architectural capital, and he later moved to New York to study photography at Parson's School of Design. Over the past decade, Chris has worked with interior designers and architects on projects across the country and in the Caribbean. Subtle color and balanced compositions are the hallmark of his work. He maintains a fine art approach toward his interiors - often shooting projects on film. Chris is known for the way he composes photographs within photographs - using layering not to photograph what is in front of the camera, but to communicate the essence of what it feels like to be present in the space. Chris is hard at work on several long term personal projects that investigate the psychology of who we are as a society. He's photographed the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn, NY and Newtown Creek between Brooklyn and Queens - two of the most polluted waterways in the nation which serve as a reminder of the effects of unregulated industrialization. He's also working on a project exploring the time we spend in front of the TV, photographing living rooms and bedrooms illuminated by just the television. Chris recently moved to Montclair, NJ with his wife and daughter, where he's started work on a project about the suburbs. These photographs are exposed for 1-2 hours at a time so that the movement of light can be recorded in one photograph, and everyday life can be excluded. Recent Clients include: Inc Magazine, Traditional Home, Chicago Magazine, Bardes Interiors, Dior, D. Porthault, Ralph Lauren Magazine, Nikon NZ, Luxe Interiors and Design, Resource, Daniel Albhani, Kiwi Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal.