Born in the Pacific North West, Christian Stark has always been fascinating with stories. At age eleven he got his first job as an assistant in a media department, logging and capturing hours of tape and helping marketing come up with print designs. Stark grew in the media department, honing his craft and eventually becoming the director, creating half a dozen thirty-minute shorts every year. After serving in the Marine Corps Advanced Infantry, Stark went on to complete a BA in both Theatre and Film, jumping right into work as one of the primary designers for theatre department. Stark was working as the school’s Video director starting his freshman year, the lead videographer and photographer for the theatre department, and a TA in the film department. Stark graduated from both programs early and went back to work full time at the media department he started in as well as working in the local theatres but was accepted just months latter to the University of Hawaii’s Graduate Theatre Program. Stark spent a semester in Hawaii studying in the MFA Directing and MFA lighting programs as well as working professionally in local theatre and local film, including the show Hawaii 5-0. Stark didn’t stay long, earning a coveted spot in the World’s number one ranked film school, the University of Southern California. Stark continued his professional career while in school, working on commercials and narrative projects. He took a semester long leave of absence to work as a cinematographer for the upcoming docu-series Good All Over, traveling to all the way to Uganda for one episode. After returning to USC, Stark continued to work on a variety of projects including directing a short film completely in French, Vers La Lune, and during just his third semester Stark was selected to direct a USC funded advanced project. Stark continues to work professionally in both film and stage, and is currently working on numerous feature projects. For current information please reach out to Stark’s agent, Mr. Gregory David Mayo.