Chris has produced award winning feature films, had his artwork hang in the Corcoran Gallery of art, had his photography in New York Times Magazine, and has written four novels in various stages of publication—and he hopes to be just getting started.
He is a lifelong advocate of just jumping in and seeing where the current takes him, and he’s excelled at guiding and helping others to do the same along the way. Among his crew of independent filmmakers, Chris was the marketing guru and organizational glue that held the production together. After fifteen years of working in fast-paced commercial production at Ogilvy & Mather in New York, he’s excited to slow down and focus on the needs of a select few clients with an eye toward building and managing a core brand identity.
Chris graduated from Brown University with a BA in English and Anthropology, and attended the Harvard Field School of Mayan Archaeology in Copan, Honduras where he learned patience and attention to detail. He now lives in Concord, Massachusetts with his wife and daughter—with whom he now gets to spend a lot more time.