Christopher’s iconic ceramic lamp designs draw inspiration from classical forms and traditional gem like glazes. He began his career in 1996 in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. where he worked out of an old school house and quickly began attracting the attention of designers including Richard Keith Langham and Albert Hadley. His business and reputation grew steadily over the next few years, and in the fall of 1999 he moved to New York City where he still creates his one of-a-kind lamps with a crew of skilled artisans. The lamps are of timeless appeal and luxurious quality. His beautiful forms are drenched in rich, vibrant colors and patterns. Each one of a kind lamp is set in a hand turned hardwood base, which is then water gilded with 23k yellow gold or 9k white gold. In recent years Christopher’s designs have moved beyond lamps and now encompass tableware, decorative accessories, mirrors and furniture.

Christopher's work is often featured in celebrated publications such as Architectural Digest, Veranda, House Beautiful, Elle Décor, Departures, The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. In 2016 he received an alumni citation for career achievement from his alma mater, St. Lawrence University. He has had the honor of making lamps for the Obama Oval Office, the current and past three White House Administrations, as well as Blair House and countless other distinguished American homes.

When not in the Studio, Christopher can be found at his farm in Millbrook, NY gardening, bee keeping, making jam, cooking for friends, or tending to his flock of heritage breed chickens, turkeys, peacocks and doves. He also enjoys the pleasure of giving back to the community by serving on the board of the local time-honored Lenox Hill Neighborhood House and as the Vice Chair of the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club President's Dinner.