Christopher is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and attended Edinboro University of Pennsylvania to earn a BFA in Applied Media Arts / Animation degree. He also received his NC and VA Secondary Educators License from East Carolina University, as well as an MFA From Norfolk State University in Visual Studies.
“I teach drawing, painting, and graphic design at Kecoughtan High School in Hampton, VA. I constantly encourage my students to explore a community outreach and business-minded center to their artistic creations. Professionally, I paint large scale murals, such as the Naval Station Norfolk 100th Anniversary Installation in downtown Norfolk, VA. I have also exhibited my artwork in multiple states and famous museums such as the MOCA, Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art and the Chrysler Fine Art Museum. I am an over energetic, gregarious educator, with a passion for fine arts as well as the commercial arts. I strive to achieve the best for my students, to ensure that they leave my classroom with a heightened level of appreciation of the arts through hard work and rigorously enjoyable projects.”