Christopher Kameck (b.1981) currently lives in Buffalo,NY and has a studio in the city’s Old First Ward. After earning his Associate of Specialized Technology degree in Photography from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 2002, he relocated back to Buffalo and studied at Buffalo State College with photographer Les Krims, sculptor Kenneth Payne and printmaker A. P. Gorny. Kameck has worked for several commercial photographers and videographers in Buffalo, most recently as a Photography Assistant and Digital Print Specialist for Keystone Film Productions. His work has been shown in group exhibitions at Buffalo State College and 464 Gallery and in a 2013 solo exhibition at Ashker’s Gallery. Kameck also created site specific installations for the “City of Night” events at Silo City in 2012, 2013 and participated in 2015 on the “The Worker” mural. He has executed several large-scale commissioned public murals in Buffalo for clients such as Larkin Development Group, The Grant-Amherst Business Association, The Barrel Factory, Black Iron Bystro, and Savarino Companies,LLC.