Chris Chittick from "Storm Chasers" is the photographer for the TVN team in the Discovery Channel reality series.

Chris Chittick was brought up in the small town of Greenville, Michigan. He has always had an immense interest in extreme weather for as long as he can remember. He intercepted his first tornado in eastern Wyoming in May 2000, and have been hooked on storm chasing ever since, driving 50,000+ miles every year striving to document as many tornadoes as possible. 

He also enjoys chasing hurricanes, blizzards, and even grass fires, and plans to continue traveling the world year-round to satisfy his passion for extreme weather. He studied Business Management at Central Michigan University until 2002 when he decided to move down to Norman, Oklahoma to pursue storm chasing full-time. While continuing to provide all the still photography for the TVN team, he'll also be focusing on deploying the 300 lb. HD camera probe that Reed Timmer and he will be hustling to set down in the path of oncoming twisters.




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Hometown: Greenville, MI


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