Christopher is a travel, street and portrait photographer living in London. His professional and personal work take him to remote locations across Africa, Asia and the Middle East including Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, India, Egypt, Mali, Côte d'Ivoire, Uganda, Tanzania, Mozambique, Kenya and Madagascar.
Through his photography, Christopher is interested in helping demystifying remote and often misunderstood places and re-presenting them as places of wonder with the power to inspire awe. Ultimately, he wishes for his photographs to encourage others to take the road less travelled and explore, experience and encounter these places, people and cultures for themselves.
Christopher's work has been featured in The Guardian, National Geographic Traveller, Pvttrn Magazine and Pakistan's leading daily Dawn. Christopher had his first exhibition on at the Institut Française in Antananarivo, Madagascar, in November 2016. In April 2017, Christopher won the Guardian Travel Photography Award. Christopher's second exhibition - 'The Artisans of al-Darb al-Ahmar: Life and Work in Historic Cairo' - will be on show at the Royal Geographical Society between 22nd March and 5 April 2018.