Chris is a multi award-winning British writer/director for film, television and commercials. He has worked extensively in both live action and animation, writing and directing work for Universal, Disney, MTV, Dreamworks, Sony and the BBC, as well as creating and directing commercial work for global brands such as Beats by Dr Dre, Facebook, McLaren, Kelloggs, Geico, Jameson Whiskey, winning numerous awards including Baftas, Cannes Lions and Clios.

He has been the creator of much of his work but has also written and directed content for major franchises including Jurassic World, Jumanji, Ant-Man, How to Train Your Dragon and Spider-Man

He is an experienced director of A-list comedy talent having directed Paul Rudd (Ant-Man)Russell Brand (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat, Bruno), Chris Pratt (Jurassic World), Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World), Kit Harington (Game of Thrones),  Evangeline Lilly (Ant-Man & Wasp),  Judah Friedlander (30 Rock), DeRay Davis (21 Jump Street), Robert Webb (Peep Show), Alexander Armstrong (Pointless), Julia Davis (Nighty Night, Hunderby), Javone Prince (Phone Shop, The Javone Prince Show) as well as A-list sports and music celebrities in comedic roles such as world champion F1 racing car drivers Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button and rap star Nicki Minaj.

Chris grew up in the English seaside town of Worthing. He was heavily involved in drama at his state school and was selected for the National Youth Theatre with whom he performed lead roles on the West End stage, aged 15. He won a scholarship to Cambridge University to read English Literature, where he began writing and directing films, including his first comedy short featuring fellow undergraduate Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat). After graduating with First Class Honours, Chris became a cartoonist for The Times newspaper, writing and drawing two award-winning kids cartoon strips for over five years. 

He then directed, wrote and created the MTV 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 played for three seasons in the illustrious South Park slot on European MTV and was the most viewed show on MTV Online, making it the most syndicated show in MTV Europe’s history - selling to over 35 countries. Chris also wrote all the music and songs for the show.

Chris's 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 and directed the animated kid's cartoon show Tooned, featuring the voices of world champion racing car drivers Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button, for Formula One racing team McLaren. The show won the Clio Gold in America for "Best Branded Entertainment." As the creator, Chris wrote and directed the show, as well as writing the show's music with composer Natalie Holt. 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 is currently in post-production on an indie feature film which he has written and directed called The Great Director - a comedy about a failed film director. He also has a live-action original comedy show in development with the BBC for which he is the creator, writer and director and an animated children's show with Mattel

As well as directing, Chris has also written numerous songs for TV shows and commercials, including all the songs for MTV's Fur TV and Sky's Tooned.

Chris moves between London and Los Angeles and is a member of the Directors Guild of America.