Christopher initially trained with his mother in Melbourne and then continued through to the Australia Ballet School and London Studio Centre.
The experience of living in London at the age of 18 opened Christopher’s eyes to a very wide world of dance that has captivated and inspired him in a great way. Beginning a professional career with the Australian Ballet, dancing in most capital cities and working with icons of the Australian dance world, eventually he could not resist the allure of Europe and moved to follow a dream of living and dancing abroad.
After guest appearances with the Norwegian National Ballet in Oslo, Christopher then joined the Royal Ballet of Flanders in Antwerp, Belgium with Kathryn Bennetts and went on to dance prominent roles in works by many of the greatest choreographers, all while travelling the globe and dancing on some of the worlds most famous stages.
Working with icons of the international dance world such as William Forsythe, Jiri Kylian, Marcia Haydee, Graeme Murphy, David Dawson, Wayne Mcgregor, Nicolo Fonte, Jorma Elo and Edward Klug has been particularly rewarding and also dancing in works from leading choreographers such as John Cranko, August Bournonville, Glen Tetley, Frederic Ashton, Kenneth Macmillan, Stanton Welch and George Balanchine has given him a very broad and deep appreciation of the classical and contemporary repertoire.
Christopher also has a keen interest in music composition, digital production, and performance. He has designed sound and created original music for several film and stage works.