Chris was born on October 18th, 1990. He grew up obsessed with his grandmothers piano, immediately composing at a young age. By the time he was twelve, he picked up the Cello in his schools Orchestraclass and became infatuated with the string family. Day by day he would bring in his music for the class to play, if any extra time was available after his teachers lesson.
By the time Chris had graduated High School, he worked as a cook for Andy's; a local burger joint, and began using his little-to-no paychecks to produce a feature film. In the mix of the networking with other local film-makers, Chris found his passion was for film scoring when he met Joseph Lavender, Director of "The Legend of Seven Toe Maggie." His first scoring project, which landed him the title for "Theme Composer".
Chris continued his scoring journey after he finished his film, "The Hollow Oak," which he also scored the music and sound design for. While maintaining a job in the film-industry as a Production Assistant, he met Matthew Rochester and produced the score for his film, "Milk and Cookies." Since then, Chris has luckily been able to study along with Hans Zimmer, composer known for "Pirates of the Caribbean" in a work shop for film scoring. Chris has also studied courses at the Film Scoring Academy and other classes specializing in music theory and music for visual entertainment. Chris hopes to meet his dreams as a well-known composer for Hollywood Studio films, as the guy who "never gave up."