Christopher enjoyed watching and learning about MMA since his youth. In 2007 Christopher started training MMA and entering amateur bouts transitioning to professional career in 2009. Early on in his MMA training he gravitated towards BJJ. He has since focused on BJJ by competing, teaching and training others.
Christopher further pursued his passion to help others in 2012 becoming an EMT. In 2016, Christopher joined the Sheriff’s Office as a Correctional Officer and in 2020 transitioned to Deputy Sheriff. Throughout his time in public service, he has recognized the need for physical and mental outlets. Utilizing his love of BJJ, Christopher has continued to train and encourage others to do the same. Leveraging his love of BJJ and training he has created programing for individuals and groups. His focus remains on helping others achieve a greater sense of mental and physical resilience.