English photographer Chris Bucklow has a long, established career in the arts. He began in 1978 when he accepted a position as a museum curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Skilled in sculpture, painting, photography and writing (and probably many more artistic disciplines), Bucklow’s tends to work on concurrent projects that reside in different mediums. He’s best known for his plant sculptures, Noosphere paintings, Photography entitled The Beauty of the World 1991-1995 and the Guests series (featured here).