Christopher Wray-McCann began making photographs at the age of 16 while attending the Interlochen Arts Academy in the north woods of Michigan. In the years since, he has gone around the world several times, photographing musicians, celebrities, corporate executives, athletes, criminals, and artists in over 30 countries.
His images have appeared in such diverse publications as Vogue, The New Yorker, and Rolling Stone. He has worked with most of the major recording labels, creating portraits and album artwork for artists like the Eagles, Cypress Hill, Lou Reed, and Los Lobos. Simon and Schuster published a collection of his rock and roll photos, Midnight Miles, in 2006. His web site is www.wray-mccann.com.