BIO

Cristobal is an artistic director, creative producer, conceptualist, funding advisor and curator


Cristobal's works have been exhibited widely in academic, art and commercial contexts, including MOMA, BBC, the Place and commissioned at Sky Arts TV. His works have also been selected for numerous international moving, still and theatre festivals, including London Soho Rushes, the International Film Festival of Cinematic Art and the London Spanish Film Festival. 

A strategist of various international grant and funding awards for multi-platform projects he specialises in interactive theatre, installation, immersive technology, visual-artistic practice and performance. Cristobal supports organisations and individuals to create funding proposals and achieve funding, from conceptual design to visual or artistic direction. He has programmed festivals and advised on projects.

Working principally in Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Theatre, Installations and Film, Cristobal's works as Director explore issues of perspective, ethnography, health, education and their relationships to new advanced technologies. 

COLLABS /

flawless dance troupe
london olympics 2012
duggie fields
photographic arts america
BBC
Sky Arts
royal ballet
royal photographic society

SELECTED CLIENTS /

swarovski
deloitte
Jessie J
George Ezra, Chromeo
somerset house
Daria Klimentova
James Bay
english national ballet

He is on the board of the Asia Ethnographic Film Festival and is published widely in both peer reviewed academic and commercial contexts, including the Lancet Medical Journal, Bright Lights Film Journal, The Guardian, Washington Post, South East Asian Studies Journal and the Financial Times. He has also chaired and curated events on intercultural mental health and technology at LSE and the University of London. He also co-paneled the 'Mental health in Asia' conference at the University of London with Professor Simon Dein in Spring 2016.

ARTISTIC INTERESTS:

· Interactive & Immersive Media
· Technology & Science
· Visual Communication and Performance
· Anthropology of Futurism
· Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality