Prior to his commencement as a lecturer at the National Institute for Christian Education in 2009, Chris worked at Nepean Christian School for 12 years and preceding this at Sutherland Shire Christian School.
After graduating with an honours degree in fluvial geomorphology, he worked as an Associate Lecturer in Physical Geography at the University of Sydney. Chris is now a lecturer with the National Institute for Christian Education and the Professional Development Coordinator. He is also the editor of the Christian Teachers Journal. Chris was one of the founding members of the Christian Educators' Professional Association.
While teaching science, mathematics, and design in Christian schools Chris grew to love helping children to see the world through the gospel of the Lord Jesus. His main research focus, in more recent years, has been technology education. Chris has a particular interest in technology and education and how the biblical worldview, centred in Christ, should shape how we approach technology as Christian educators.
Chris and his wife, Coco, live in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney. They have two children and a growing collection of ukuleles.