Christopher has been intrigued in the art and science of built structures from a very early age. His interest led him to a degree that combined his love for design and mathematics while attending Middlebury College.

The Architecture department at the University of Oregon focused on an ideal blend of construction technology, community outreach, and high performance design. Additionally, Christopher earned positions as a graduate teaching fellow, where he discovered his true passion of teaching the built environment while earning a certificate in teaching technical subjects.

Soon after completing his graduate work, Christopher worked for Vermont Integrated Architecture, a small environmentally progressive architectural firm that strives to build community and address the issues of climate change. Currently, he works in Boston for Bruner/Cott Architects and Planners.

It is Christopher's goal to pursue the profession of architecture, while sharing his experience in the classroom.