Christopher has 25 years of engineering experience and is a specialist in embedded real-time signal processing systems. He is Director of Engineering at CEDAR Audio Ltd., the technological parent company for AudioTelligence, and was closely involved with the eight years of research that led to the establishment of the company.
He leads the team behind many award-winning CEDAR products used throughout the film, broadcast and live sound industries, as well as by audio forensic laboratories and security forces. He was recognised for his contribution to the film industry when, in February 2005, he and AudioTelligence co-founder Dave Betts were awarded Sci-Tech Academy Awards (technical Oscars) for the development of the CEDAR DNS1000 dialogue noise suppressor.
Christopher graduated from Churchill College, Cambridge, in Electrical and Information Sciences and holds a PhD in signal processing from Cambridge University Engineering Department. He is currently an elected Fellow of Churchill College where he is Director Of Studies for engineering and is responsible for teaching mathematics, computing and electronics to engineering students.