Christopher has spent his adult life bouncing between Brooklyn and Los Angeles, but is currently enjoying rural life on a farm outside Ithaca, New York.
He works as a fiction writer and screenwriter, and has ghostwritten memoirs and nonfiction books on topics as diverse as fintech, climbing Mount Rainier, and growing up in Nazi Germany. He’s also published roughly fifty short stories and has been anthologized in Best Small Fictions and elsewhere.
He’s interested in theatre, art, the great outdoors (ecology, geology, mountaineering, cycling), and technology.
He has a BA in Philosophy from Cornell and MFA in Critical Studies from CalArts.
As a rule, he finds people fascinating but spends most of his time with dogs.