Christopher Morrison

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Christopher Morrison
Born Christopher Wingfield Morrison
London, England, United Kingdom
Other names mink
Occupation Film director, comic book novelist

Christopher Wingfield Morrison (nicknamed mink) is a British American film director and comic book novelist.

Early life[edit]

Christopher Morrison was born in London, England, and relocated with his parents to Los Angeles in the United States at the age of eight. Christopher attended photography college in Santa Barbara.[citation needed]


After college after Morrison returned to Los Angeles and was given the job as a runner at Walt Disney Studios.[citation needed]

Morrison directed music videos for such hip-hop artists as Snoop Dogg, Master P, Raphael Saadiq, E-40, South Central Cartel and Slum Village, along with alternative rock artists such as Veruca Salt, Face to Face, Dead Poetic and Sheryl Crow.[1] In 2001, he was given a place as a director at Lawrence Bender's and Quentin Tarantino's A Band Apart films.

Wingfield directed the adventure thriller Into the Sun in Tokyo, Japan, in 2005 and the action comedy Full Clip in 2003. He was attached to the remake of Mortal Kombat with Larry Kasanoff producing through Threshold Entertainment and New Line Cinema in 2007. The movie never happened for various reasons.

Morrison has written a number of creator-owned graphic novels for Image Comics and Dark Horse Comics, including Dust,[1][2][3] 13 Chambers.[4][5] & Shinjuku with artist Yoshitaka Amano.

Morrison has also written and is developing a big screen version of Ninja Gaiden with a prominent US & Japanese film company.[citation needed] In 2008, he founded Twistory, a company based on his mantra on the art and science of storytelling. Twistory developed and released video games, comic books and original stories that were then developed into television shows with a two different major studios. Belle's War the TV show started airing inside episodes of World Poker Tour in the fall of 2014.





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