Christopher specialises in historical film and documentary following a five year stint making travel documentaries for the cruise industry and four years working as a visual effects artist, and is currently in production of a pilot episode of a weekly community history programme for regional television. 

His drama short Gerry’s Voice played at London Short Film Festival and drew from the 1988 broadcast ban on Sinn Fein and he is currently in pre-production on a short verbatim-film, Were Such Things Done? Christopher continues to interrogate his style with several short films in development, and has been working on his feature script Albion for three years and looks forward to developing it into a feature project.

He is drawn in particular to socio-historic-political themes and is inspired by New Iranian Cinema, particularly Samira Makhmalbaf and Bahman Ghobadi, along with the work of Peter Watkins, Kevin Brownlow and Andrew Mollo, Peter Kosminsky and Paul Greengrass.