Saturday afternoon Kung Fu Theatre - Japanese Monster Movies and a Super 8mm film camera - These were the first inspirations and tools of Christopher Lunardon. From an early age, Christopher has been enamored with storytelling and communicating ideas in an entertaining & impactful way.
While a student at Baylor University, Christopher sought out opportunities in the film & television industry where he served as an on camera talent for the Fox Television affiliate KWKT FOX 44. In addition, he assisted as a crew member on a variety of regionally produced commercials for such clients as Chevrolet & McDonalds and worked for the International Olympic Committee as a VTR/Logger in the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia.
Currently, Christopher is employed by Crozier & Henderson productions as its in house Director of Photography where he has worked on over 600 television shows and commercials. When he's not performing his duties as a cameraman, Christopher also serves as a writer & director for many Crozier & Henderson projects.
Outside of his day job, he has pursued as interest in feature film production including work on Paramount Picture's "Leap of Faith", Asylum Entertainment's "The Fanglys" and Quantum Entertainment's "Risen".
2009 saw Christopher become part of Size Fives productions, a Dallas / Ft. Worth based orgainization of passionate filmmakers whose focus is to always "Serve the Story". With the collabortation of the Size Fives contingent, he wrote, produced, and co-directed the short film, "Street Performer" which was a top 10 finalist for Kevin Spacey's company "Trigger Street Productions".
Christopher believes firmly in the following tenets: 1.) "A good name is to be desired more than riches" - Proverbs 22:1 and 2.) "In all labor there is profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty" - Proverbs 14:23
In his spare time, Christopher enjoys watching movies, traveling the world riding roller coasters, and making lists. He can often be heard asking the question, "are you gonna eat that?" and his favorite quote is, "I hate quotations. Tell me what you know." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
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