Christopher is a cinematographer ranked member of the INTERNATIONAL CINEMATOGRAPHERS GUILD (I.C.G.). His cinematography credits are the period war series BENEDICT ARNOLD: HERO BETRAYED, the ARLEEN SORKIN production HOW TO MARRY A BILLIONAIRE and commercials for the I LOVE NEW YORK CAMPAIGN, ARRI promotional spots and numerous commercials.
Christopher is proud to be a member of COLOR SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL (C.S.I.). Notable works as a colorist are ICONIC VISION: JOHN PARKINSON ARCHITECT OF LOS ANGELES that premiered at the NEWPORT BEACH FILM FESTIVAL and was EMMY nominated after airing on PBS in 2019, the documentary THE ART AND TIMES OF FROSTY MYERS that also aired on PBS, series for LA PALMA MAGAZINE: NIKI KOSS FASHION STORY, and the feature films BRAHMIN BULLS and HOLLYWEIRD.
Prior he worked as a key grip and gaffer for union and non-union productions. Some highlights include JON FAVREAU’S series DINNER FOR FIVE, MING TSAI’S series EAST MEETS WEST, YAHOO MUSIC series with artists such as MANDY MOORE, DALE PON ADVERTISING for OXYGEN and SPIKE TV campaigns, FEODORA CHOCOLATE campaign, APPLE and photographer ANNIE LEIBOVITZ for VOGUE MAGAZINE.
Christopher has taught cinematography at many programs around the country such as CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE, LOS ANGELES FILM SCHOOL and has also led the cinematography program at NATIONAL UNIVERSITY’S MFA in Digital Cinema program and currently leads the LOS ANGELES CITY COLLEGE’S cinematography program.
Christopher is a graduate of the AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE CONSERVATORY where he earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Cinematography. He is also a Cinematography member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
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