Age: 24
Home Town: Oak Park, Illinois
Education: B.A., Film & Media Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
Specific Field Interests: Media Production
Placement: AIF, Bangalore
Area of Focus: Media

Highlights: Christopher has been creating visual media for the past decade and has spent the past two years producing content for clients in India. As an undergraduate student, Christopher directed and produced a number of short films, which were featured at film festivals, such as The 2011 Cannes International Film Festival's American Short Film Corner, the 20th Annual Reel Loud Film Festival, and The Green Screen Environmental Film Premiere. After graduating, Christopher spent six months as a videographer based out of Bangalore, where he collaborated with INKTalks and the Google-sponsored Next Billion Online Project. As a 2014-2015 AIF Clinton Fellow, Christopher was placed with Mummy Daddy Media in Delhi, where he produced online content for several clients, including Ritu Kumar, Brookings India, and the British Council. He also created a number of promotional videos for regional NGOs, like Hunnarshala in Bhuj, Gujarat, and Aarohi in Satoli, Uttarakhand.

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