Designer, storyteller, artist, strategist, producer, rebel – the creative in constant movement – balancing the mediums of design, image, product and art.
Hired for his first job as a digital designer with Forbes.com after completing a film degree at New York University, Christopher has straddled the worlds of art and design throughout his career. From launching a design agency in Prague, to working with bluechip financial clients, leading a team at Myspace and redesigning the Sony Crackle video platform, his work is diverse and engaging. He feels at home occupying the space between design, technology and experience.
In the past few years, he picked up a camera and has since worked as a published photographer and Creative Director of fashion art and literature periodical Black & Grey magazine, distributed in print internationally. He also recently completed a semester teaching User Experience Design at General Assembly in Santa Monica.
He intrinsically recognizes story – looking for depth in detail, and nuance in feeling. His honest approach and sense of humor set people at ease – as a leader or in a collaborative team environment. He has a love of vintage motorcycles and their unique character, and is an original member of the Venice Vintage Motorcycle Club. He also is a board member of Dharma Kitchen, a non-profit dedicated to feeding the poor and educating the public on greater food awareness.
His client roster includes Sony, Wells Fargo, Yahoo!, Discovery, Disney, DDB Tribal, Belkin, Tractor SF, Stopp, Walton Isaacson, Something Massive, Scion, Carmichael-Lynch, and Beyond Curious.
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Visual Design, User Experience, ID and Brand, HTML/CSS/JScript, Project Management, Photography, Video, Client Services, Mobile, Content Creation, Responsive Design
2014 – G-Collective, Topanga, CA
2014 – Park Studios, Hollywood, CA
2013 – Hemingways, Hollywood, CA
2013 – Create:Fixate, Los Angeles, CA
2013 – 1320 Main Studios, Venice, CA
2013 – Sotheby’s Art House, Culver City, CA
2012 – 1320 Main Studios, Venice, CA