Christopher Borrok is a fine artist and photographer living in Brooklyn NY. Born in NYC and raised in Florida, Borrok was trained as an architect at the University of Florida. In 2012 he received his Masters of Professional Studies in Digital Photography from The School of Visual Arts, where he received The Paula Rhodes Memorial Award, highest honors, in recognition of exceptional work amongst Master’s candidates. His career started in the early 90’s as a sculptor amongst the thriving art community and social scene of the Lower East Side and Williamsburg. A successful designer and builder, Borrok’s current art practice and focus is photography. In the fall of 2012 his ongoing project “Glimpse” was exhibited in New York City in the show “un/common skin” curated by Michael Foley. Images from “Glimpse” are included in issue #13 of the fine art photographic journal Capricious Magazine, released November 2012. His image “sons head” from the same series has won awards from the American Society of Media Photographers.