I think it was just after the millionth time of hearing “Be yourself!!!” and “Do what you LOVE!”
that I said "f**k it" and became a photographer.
Since then I’ve documented Indigenous communities in the Yukon, directed hip hop videos in West Oakland,
photographed drag queens in the Bronx and interviewed teenage punk bands in Kyoto.
I love collaborating with people, telling their stories and exploring subcultures around the world.
My latest work is the result of two years spent documenting contemporary life in Northern Canada
while moonlighting as an oil rig worker named Keith Biggins.
I’m based in Montréal + Toronto and always up for an adventure.
Clients / Press:
The Globe & Mail
Maclean's Magazine Instagram: @chrismacarthur
Photo Life Magazine 514 222 8838
Capture Photography Festival
The Heavy Collective Syndication: Redux Pictures
Hamburger Eyes firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice 212 253 0399