Chris Le

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Background information
Birth name Christopher Howard Le
Born (1988-11-24) November 24, 1988 (age 25)
Origin Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Genres Music video, feature film, commercial
Years active 2005–present
Website Official Website

Christopher Howard Le (born November 24, 1988) is a graphic designer and independent music video director of Vietnamese and Italian descent. He was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is the owner and founder of C-Le GFX design studios located in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Early life[edit]

Le was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was discovered by Sean Kingston through Myspace and brought on to work on design campaigns for his self-titled album in 2007. This helped him land jobs with major labels including Warner Music, Def Jam & Interscope. Chris Le was previously signed with Three 21 Media, a production company founded by Rik Cordero. He is now managed by Art Club Intl. and running his own streetwear brand, Grand forte. In 2012, Le produced his first feature film, Zombie Hunter. He also served on the feature as an editor and visual fx supervisor.

Music Video Work[edit]

After designing for a few years, Le decided to tackle music videos, with a background in post-production and filming, he knew that applying his design methods and style would make his videos unique. He has filmed music videos for Glasses Malone, Shiest Bubz, C-Ride, Cool and Dre, Crooked I, Joe Budden, Rihanna, The Game. Chris Le has been recognized for Directing the most expensive Vietnamese music video to date for Ngo Thanh Van's pop boy band group, 365.




Since Myspace started to become the widely used tool to promote musical artists Le became the talk of the media. His work has been featured on Source, Vibe, XXL,,,, &

  • Only twenty years of age he's managed to accomplish more in a short time than many much older than he
  • he's helped many of the game's biggest names add a visual kick to their online presence." –
  • "C-Le, can't do it without him, neither can you mutha f*cka!"- The Game


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