Chris is a Bafta award-winning British comedy writer and director who works in both live action and animation for film, television and commercials. He has written or co-written almost all of the work he has directed, and frequently performs in it too. 

Chris began writing, directing and performing comedy at Cambridge University where he graduated with First Class Honours in English Literature. After University he became a cartoonist for The Times newspaper for five years. Designing the characters himself, Chris then directed, wrote and created the hit adult puppet show Fur TV which won a Golden Rose of Montreux (Rose D’Or) and the BBC's Greenlight Award, and which was subsequently made into a series for MTV. The show was the most viewed show on MTV Online and became the most syndicated show in MTV Europe’s history - selling to over 55 countries. 

Chris also wrote, directed and performed in a number of short films including the Bafta winning Dupe. His first feature film, A Complete History of My Sexual Failures (Film4, Warp Films, StudioCanal) premiered at the Sundance Film Festival where it was nominated for a Grand Jury Prize. The film was sold worldwide to 36 countries and the rights were subsequently purchased by Universal Pictures, who are remaking it as a scripted comedy feature to be directed by Jay Roach (Austin Powers, Meet the Fockers). Chris is an Executive Producer on the film. 

Chris also created the Clio award-winning kid's cartoon show Tooned, featuring the voices of Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button. He has also directed a large number of award-winning commercials for global brands such as Beats by Dr. Dre, Jameson Whisky, Vodafone and MTV

He has directed and worked with a large number of well known British and American comedy talent including Russell Brand (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), Alexander Armstrong (Pointless), Robert Webb (Peep Show), Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat, Bruno),  Jason Hazeley & Joel Morris (Ladybird Books for Grown Ups), Neil Brennan (The Dave Chapelle Show), DeRay Davis (21 Jump Street)Phil Nichol (Perrier winning stand up comedian), Tony Law (stand up comedian), Julia Davis (Nighty Night, Hunderby) and Javone Prince (Phone Shop, The Javone Prince Show). He is also very experienced at getting comic performances from celebrity non-actors including world champion racing car drivers Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button, Alain Prost and global rap superstar Nicki Minaj

Chris composes the music, theme tunes and songs for all his work, sometimes under the pseudonyms of The Existential Novelty Orchestra and Kid DJ (formerly Bad DJ), depending on the style of music required for a project.

He is currently in post-production on a comedy feature film which he has written and directed called The Great Director, and is writing a comedy series for the BBC called Losers.

Chris lives and works in London, but is frequently in New York and Los Angeles.