Christopher Brown, also known as 'Browzan', was born and raised in Brighton, England in 1988. He is of English, Irish & Austrian descent.
2007, he moved to London to study TV & Film, graduating with a BA Honours degree. Fresh out of studies, he interned at Vertigo Films working on a number of international features.
2013, he produced a short horror film 'Going Under', which premiered at BFI London Film Festival 2013 - funded by Film London.
2015, he segued into music videos - collaborating with lo-fi Parisian punk bands... this lead him to The Brian Jonestown Massacre (starring in the Sundance winning documentary dig!) - He directed a music video for 'Pish', screening on MTV, Vice, FIP et al.
2016, he spent a year in Berlin, dedicating himself to video art and music content. That year he directed a short music documentary w/ Michael Rother of NEU! & Kraftwerk - which premiered on Quietus magazine (later released on DVD). His moving image films exhibited in Berlin and Cologne - 'Body' was nominated for a Blooom Award at the prestigious Cologne Art Fair 2016.
2017, he segued into the commercial arena - directing a video installation for Toyota narrated by Hollywood A-Lister Milla Jovovich (Fifth Element, Resident Evil) - The installation captured experimental time-lapses during the 'Berlin Festival of Light' and screened at London Print Works.
A series of video art pieces by Browzan that explore movement & aesthetics. Inspired by Avant Garde Cinema of the 1960's, these pieces celebrate aestheticism as a driving force in art.