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Somewhere in the mutinous haze of 1960’s America, a glamorous band of dancing militants dubbed the ‘Go-Go Gang’ is hard at work seducing and murdering chemical company executives in the name of environmental justice. This is Murder a Go-Go; a 16-image fictional series that I hoped would twin the sexualised and homicidal flavours of 1960’s explotation cinema with the rapidly emerging social movements of the time.
Christopher was born in Cheshire and at 9 years old joined Cheshire Operatic Dramatic Youth Set (CODYS), where he stayed until the age of 18. As a member of CODYS Christopher performed in over 20 shows playing roles including Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Marius in Les Miserables, The Scarecrow in The Wiz and Will Parker in Oklahoma!
At 18 Christopher went to train in Musical Theatre and Drama at Cumbria Institute of the Arts in Carlisle. After graduating with a first class BA Hons degree he went on to do a Masters Degree in Musical Theatre at the prestigious Guildford School of Acting.
Whilst training Christopher's played roles including Seymour in The Little Shop of Horrors, Guy in Howard Goodall's Girlfriends and Herb Lee in My Favourite Year.
In 2007 Christopher reached the final 50 on BBC 1's Any Dream Will Do, beating over 10,000 hopefuls to a spot at 'Joseph School'. During this time he was fortunate enough to take master classes with famous Musical Theatre names including John Barrowman, Jason Donavon, Zoe Tyler and Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Christopher has gone on to work in professional theatre around the world on various different projects.
As well as acting Christopher is also a model and has worked with various photographers and directors on work including freelance editorial, corporate shoots, fitness modelling, commercials, music videos and catalogue. Christopher has been lucky enough to work with big clients such as McDonalds, New Era, Tescos, Cancer Research, Pro Star, Halfords and many more.