Born and raised in New York City, Christopher Sachs is a Los Angeles-based writer, producer, and prison educator.

After graduating cum laude in Literature from Harvard, Chris lived in Spain, and later Japan, where he developed a documentary photography practice that led him to collaborate with publications including Rolling Stone Japan and Libertine Dune – as well as The Last Gallery (Tokyo).

In New York, he rose through the ranks of commercial filmmaking to become Head of Production at companies including Harbor Picture Company and Matte Projects.  He has executive produced and post supervised advertising campaigns for brands including Dior, Prada, Bottega Veneta, Tom Ford, Fenty, M•A•C Cosmetics, and Shiseido, and was awarded a Gold Clio for the Modern Muse Prestige Film Series.

Chris has also provided arts and media education in the New York City jails, including creating The Right Now Project, a remote arts program delivered via nearly 5,000 tablet devices during the pandemic.

Currently, he teaches writing at Calipatria State Prison in California and is developing scripted projects.