Christopher Brown is a community development professional, photographer and emerging artist from Mulubinba, Awabakal country (also known as Newcastle NSW).
Christopher is a passionate community worker. He is a passionate ally of CALD and BIPOC communities. As an openly queer gay male is active in the local LGBTQIA+ community.
He has a diverse skill set, having worked in many roles spanning across youth engagement, group facilitation, community supported agriculture and community gardens, social participation, place making initiatives, governance, service re-design, funding contract management and grants.
Christopher is currently engaged in the role of Community Engagement Worker, at Southlake Community Services, facilitating programs at Yunung Community Garden
Christopher completed a Bachelor of Fine Art in 2008 with a focus on photography and conceptual art. Over the last 10 years, Chris has developed a conceptual narrative which draws from the inherent wisdom and queerness of nature. His work positions the spirit and magic of nature as a central force of inspiration. He combines performative practice, story of place, and Queer politics with themes of identity, dynamism, and resilience.