BIO

Cristobal is a creative director, immersive technology producer and film director.

Working principally in Film, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Theatre, Cristobal offers services as Creative and Visual Director. He has also supported organisations with concepts, developing successful funding proposals and aids development of creative enterprise, from conceptual design to technology to visual and artistic direction.

Cristobal’s commissions span across the public and private sectors. He has collaborated with celebrities such as  Jessie J, former Britain’s Got Talent finalists Flawless, Itzik Galili, world renowned dancer Daria Klimentova, James Bay, George Ezra, Passengers and Chromeo. He has also completed collaborations for NHS England, English National Ballet, Capital Group, Somerset House and the esteemed Royal Photographic Society.

Cristobal’s works have been screened and exhibited widely in academic, art and commercial contexts including MOMA, BBC and requested at the Sky Arts Channel, some pieces achieving over 2 million hits online and other works  selected for numerous international film festivals including London Soho Rushes Film, Festival of Cinematic Arts and the London Spanish Film Festival.

Cristobal has programmed cultural festivals, chaired research health symposiums, acted as film festival judge and curator for various art programmes. He has also advised organisations in digital media and artistic technology development and also sits on the board of the Asia Ethnographic Film Festival, Fertile Ground Dance and is Founder of the VR Arts & Sciences Experimentation Collective.

 

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

Cristobal is published widely in both research and commercial contexts, including the peer reviewed Lancet Medical Journal and the South East Asian Studies Journal.  As a film historian he has published in Bright Lights Film Journal, One in Four and the American Conservative. He has also chaired and curated events on intercultural mental health, film and technology at LSE and the University of London. 

ARTISTIC INTERESTS:

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