Christopher believes we are always in relation with ourselves and others no matter the context. When leading courses on presenting he brings passion and dynamism, eliciting participants’ convincing and distinctive communicative style. He works with people on their fluency, behavioural poise and sense of personal authorship, enabling them to act or respond effectively in diverse domains.
He feels that navigating the complexities of dynamic interactions relies on developing awareness, insight and flexibility. Drawing upon extensive experience of performance and creative practices that consider psychological, physical and cognitive capacities holistically, his pragmatic approach works towards a practical, workable synthesis particular to each client.
As a coach he has worked with a wide-ranging clientele and enjoys bringing his attentive curiosity to the specific challenges that they face. He has designed team-building exercises for fractured teams and he relishes unpicking the complex constellations that arise in working collaborations.
As a professional actor he has worked in theatre, television and film playing a wide-array of contrasting characters. His wider creative practice has encompassed radio documentary, mask-making, song-writing, film direction as well as extensive experience teaching acting methodologies and directing theatre shows.
As an acting coach he specialises in acting on camera, psychological realism, Movement Psychology, mask and physical embodiment. His fascination with identity and transformation informs all his work.
Clients have included EY, TEVA, Merkle, Last Second Tickets, and Particip.