Born in the traditional manner in 1984 with slightly more hair than he has now, Christopher was raised in Edinburgh, Scotland. After four wobbly years in the British Royal Navy, Christopher decided to leave the sea behind and attend J-school at Edinburgh Napier University where he graduated top of his class. He went on to work in the UK, New Zealand, Paris and Dakar, Senegal, reporting on anything from the high elderly suicide rate in New Zealand to uncovering the human trafficking of young soccer players from Africa to Europe. After following a woman to Sweden for a brief period, Christopher re-joined the real world and enrolled at the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University, earning his master’s in investigative journalism. When he’s not parading around New York in his kilt, sporting a strikingly similar hairline to Jude law, he devotes most of his time explaining to Americans that Scotland invented the modern world (the television, the telephone, the pedal bicycle, the U.S Navy, modern economics, penicillin and insulin, to name just a few).