Christopher M. Langstaff

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Christopher Langstaff attended high school in Wallingford, Connecticut at Choate Rosemary Hall. He graduated from Lehigh University, class of 2011, with degrees in graphic design and political science. While at Lehigh, he completed the Global Citizenship Program, a certificate program that promotes understanding of and activism in the global community. He played goalie for the ACHA D1 ice hockey team, and was a cabinet member of the International Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI).

Christopher took a year off from university between his sophomore and junior years in order to pursue extracurricular interests. During that year, he did a photography residency at the Main Media Workshops in Rockport, Maine. He then worked as an assistant to Robert Essel, a professional photographer based in New York City, while on shoots for Wildheart Entertainment in Los Angeles, California. Christopher then moved to Chile, where he completed the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) Semester in Patagonia. Following his experience with NOLS, he lived and worked on a ranch on the Rio Baker, between Cochrane and Tortel, Chile.

After finishing his undergraduate education, Christopher moved to Washington, DC, where he was an interactive designer at Discovery Creative, the in-house design and creative firm of Discovery Communications in Silver Spring, MD. He continues to work as a freelance photographer and designer, and just returned from a two month journey in South America. He remains involved with ice hockey head goalie coach for the Goalie Development Institute Southeast.