Christopher studied cello with Stefan Popov, Louise Hopkins and Karine Georgian and chamber music with the Takacs and Borodin String Quartets.
After graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama he joined the acclaimed contemporary music group "the gogmagogs", performing at the City of London Festival, in Toronto, at the Sidney Festival, in New York, Sao Paolo and across Europe.
He is a member of the Le Page Ensemble, with whom he has made a number of recordings, and has performed as principal cellist with Chroma, the Orchestra of the Swan, Music Theatre Wales (recording Philip Glass’s Chamber Opera "In A Penal Colony" last year) and the Clod Ensemble.
Christopher was solo cellist with the Mike Westbrooke company for a number of years and has collaborated with a diverse array of artists, from choreographer/composer Hofesh Shechter, to mime artist Oscar Valsecchi and composers Django Bates, Stephen Warbeck and Paul Clarke.
Recent projects include performing as solo cellist for the "Music in Beckett" project with the St Lazare players in Paris, playing solo cello for Goldfrapp and Mumford and Son‘s, and with the Clog’s for the Steve Reich Festival at the Barbican Centre.
Christopher was a founder member of the electro acoustic band the Subway Piranhas, with whom he appeared at the Rhythm Sticks Festival at the South Bank, and he recently co-founded the London Cellophonic.
He has given workshops at the Julliard School of Music, and has lead music/improvisation/theatre modules on Hugh Maguire’s Con Corda chamber music course in Ireland.