“Oh, there’s a light on back here. Do you want this?” Robert De Niro asked. Photographer Chris Buck couldn’t see it in his viewfinder, so he walked up the marble steps toward the tub and peered around the corner to survey the situation. There he had one of his teenage heroes — Travis Bickle, Vito Corleone — stuffed into a space, carefully hiding so the camera doesn’t catch sight of him, not a toe or a sleeve.
While the Canadian-born Buck shoots celebrities for the glossy pages of GQ and Esquire, his new project Presence puts A-listers front and centre by hiding them away. More via The National Post.