100 pages and 180 photographs taken from both behind the scenes and on set from all Bruce Lee's movies
To most Bruce Lee fans, Chan Yuk is a bit of an enigma.
He is the man responsible for taking thousands of photos of Bruce Lee during his rise to stardom.
If you own a book, a magazine, lobby cards, or even a poster featuring the image of Lee, the chances are that the picture was originally taken by Chan Yuk.
Chan Yuk was always on set, camera poised, taking rapid shots in sequence. His aim: to capture the speed, motion, and expressions that made Bruce one of the most photogenic and photographed stars in movie history.
Bruce was very self-conscious about his image. He was a perfectionist and would personally look at all the pictures taken by Chan and select those that positively portrayed his many facial expressions that he felt captured the moment the camera clicked.