Chris’s varied film credits include Tom Hooper's Cats, Danny Boyle’s Yesterday, Kevin Macdonald’s Black Sea, Christopher Smith’s Detour and Oliver Parker’s Dad’s Army. Chris’s most recent film, Everybody's Talking About Jamie, with director Jonathan Butterall is due for release in February 2021.
Chris has collaborated extensively with director Mat Whitecross on numerous feature, television and commercial projects including Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, Spike Island and promos for Coldplay and Take That. Chris’s first feature was with director Paul Andrew Williams, London to Brighton, and garnered several international awards including Best UK Feature at Raindance and a BIFA Award for Best Achievement in Production.
Chris's television credits include Trust with directors Danny Boyle, Jonathan Van Tulleken and Susanna White as well as Amazon’s sci-fi drama Oasis where he teamed up for a second time with director Kevin Macdonald. Chris worked on two seasons of the award-winning E4 series Misfits, for which he received an RTS nomination. For his work on Tom Green’s political thriller Blackout, Chris received the BSC TV Award, an RTS Award and a BAFTA Craft nomination. This was followed by a BSC TV Award nomination for the second season of the critically acclaimed Top Boy.
2014 | BSC BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY (TELEVISION DRAMA) AWARD NOMINATION "TOPBOY SEASON 2"
2013 | BAFTA TV CRAFT AWARD NOMINATION FOR BEST PHOTOGRAPHY "BLACKOUT"
2012 | RTS AWARD FOR BEST PHOTOGRAPHY "BLACKOUT"
2012 | BSC BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY (TELEVISION DRAMA) AWARD "BLACKOUT"
2010 | RTS AWARD NOMINATION FOR BEST PHOTOGRAPHY "MISFITS SEASON 1"
2008 | KODAK SHOWCASE AWARD FOR FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY "SOFT"
BRITISH CINEMATOGRAPHER (Jun 2016): Local Colour