Zoe Buckman is an English artist, photographer, and producer. Zoe Buckman is a multi-disciplinary artist. She works on sculpture, installation, and photography. She was featured at Pulse Projects New York 2014 and Miami 2016. She was also included in the curated Soundscape Park at Art Basel Miami Beach 2016.
She was born on September 13, 1985, in Hackney, East London, England. Her father is Nick Blatchley, a government health officer. Her mother was a head of Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts from 1986-2007, a television writer and playwright, Jennie Buckman. She also has a brother, Peter Buckman, a British writer and literary agent. She graduated from the International Center of Photography.
Zoe buckman married at the age of 25.
She met actor and director David Schwimmer in 2007 at the Cuckoo Club, London while he was there directing Run, Fat boy, Run and she was working as a waitress there. After unsuccessful relationships with Australian pop singer Natalie Imbrugila, Israeli actress Mili Avital and American actress Rochelle Ovitt, started dating Zoe.
In March 2010, Schwimmer announced that they are getting engaged and got married in June of the same year. They had a small Private marriage ceremony. She gave birth to a beautiful baby daughter, Cleo Buckman Schwimmer. Recently in April 2017, the couple declared that they were separating.
Zoe Buckman is into photography. Also, she is an artist with a promising net worth.
“Present life” and “Every Curve” are among her outstanding works. Feminism, morality, equality are the kind of themes so loves to explore. “Every Curve” is an installation artwork of vintage woman lingerie embroidered with rap lyrics.
“Present Life” features her own plastinated placenta. She was informed by the doctors that her placenta had deteriorated and could have her baby killed if she had not been born after her daughter’s birth. She has been part of various art projects like March madness, the HeLa Project, Re-Imagining a Safe Space, Transparency Shade and a lot more. Her net worth is $4 million.