From the small town of Gorham, Maine, Chris has been working in media production for nearly fifteen years. From his first job in television studio production for Portland’s local Fox affiliate, to his current work as a producer, cinematographer, editor and director of projects ranging from television commercials to political campaigns, Chris has always been interested in the telling and shaping of stories.
As a technician at one of the country’s most successful improvisational comedy theaters, Improv Asylum, Chris established their video production department, creating a series of video sketches that expanded the company’s brand to a worldwide audience. While working with Improv Asylum, he also shot, edited and co-directed Vanity Project, a ten-episode, late-night sketch comedy show that in 2011 was nominated for an Emmy. That same year he founded No End Media, named both for Boston’s North End, where he lived, and the boundlessness to which he would go to help clients tell their stories.
Since founding No End Media, Chris has continued his work in video and film, crewing numerous positions on independent feature films around the country, while working with local, national, and international clients. With an enduring enthusiasm for cinematography and editing, Chris has continued the pursuit of visual storytelling as a creative passion, expanding No End Media’s scope and clientele from its base in New England and beyond.