Christopher grew up in Cape Town and has lived and worked across the world.
In his final year of architecture school, he made a film about the work of Mozambican architect Pancho Guedes, and things quickly got very interesting.
He is a recipient of the Berlin International Film Festival’s Berlin Today Award, has created open-ocean immersive VR content for the Venice Biennale, and worked on international campaigns for The Coca-Cola Company and Unilever. He was also the project architect for Kirstenbosch Gardens’ ‘Boomslang’ walkway, which was the recipient of a Silver Loerie, and which was named the Design Indaba’s ‘Most Beautiful Object in South Africa.’
Recently he has produced animated films for Allan Gray, created all of the video content for the annual Eat Out Awards, worked with influential Californian band Death Grips, and performed a video piece with multi-instrumentalist and composer Brian Baumbusch in Washington D.C and New York City.
He’s passionate about all forms of filmmaking, and loves new briefs.View work