Based in Melbourne, Christian is a bit of a jack of all trades - an actor, director, voice artist, theatremaker and writer, trained in performance for both stage and screen. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Theatre Practice) from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2014, and is represented by Kubler Auckland Management.
In his theatre making practice Christian explores the nature of risk, ritual, the limitations of language, and immersive and phenomenological performance. He is currently developing a body of work concerning climate change, CliFi and environmental literature.
Christian was awarded Best Emerging Writer at Melbourne Fringe Festival 2016 for his critically acclaimed solo performance work How Can You Sleep At Night. In addition to this he was selected to take part in the Emerging Writer's Festival 2017 and was selected to take part in the Wheeler Centre's Hot Desk Fellowship for 2018 in order to write his new play Icebreaker.