Chris grew up in Montclair, NJ. Following in his mother’s footsteps, he was drawn into the Film Business in NYC. Chris worked his way up from the job as a Production Assistant to Location Manager. He then joined the Directors Guild. It was then a natural step to become an Assistant Director.
What did this experience do? It trained Chris to deal with all types of personalities. He is patient and compassionate in what could become a stressful and demanding situation. This demeanor came naturally to Chris. He is highly organized, and he communicates with knowledge and kindness. He is always punctual.
As he learned when working in the film business, “if you are early – you’re on time”, “if you are on time you are late”, and “if you are late”…you are fired!
Chris also grew up with a strong sense of family. As happens to all of us, he experienced his parents aging. His Dad passed a few years ago but his Mom is 97 and doing well. This experience instilled in him the importance of their dignity and happiness in their later years.