Chuck MacIan Robertson

Photographer, Visual Artist

1967 –

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Who is Chuck MacIan Robertson?

Charles "Chuck" MacIan Robertson is an American photographer and record producer, notable for the cover of the alternative rock group Harvey Danger's 1998 album Where Have All the Merrymakers Gone?

Besides taking pictures, Robertson also recorded live shows by the bands Death Cab for Cutie, The Western State Hurricanes, The Long Winters, My Morning Jacket and Harvey Danger. His February 1998 recording of Death Cab for Cutie was released by Barsuk Records as the second disc of the 2008 reissue of the band's 1998 debut album Something About Airplanes.

From 2005 to 2009, Robertson worked as a senior content strategist for the digital interactive services company Razorfish in Seattle. He now works for League Lab, an Internet startup, also in Seattle.

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Born
Jun 22, 1967
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  • United States of America
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on July 23, 2013

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