Christopher Browzan


Christopher Brown, also known as 'Browzan' was born and raised in Brighton, England in 1988. His family are of English, Irish & Austrian descent.

In 2007 he moved to London to study Film and Television production. Graduating in 2010, he interned at Vertigo Films, then subsequently put together a string of short films. 'Going Under' (as producer) premiered at BFI London Film Festival 2013 - funded by Film London.

2015, he moved into music videos, working with lo-fi Parisien punk bands - screening his work with Vice (Noisey) in France. This lead him to work with legendary cult band The Brian Jonestown Massacre on their 2015 EP: 'mini album thingy wingy'. His video for 'Pish' featured on FIP, VIVA & MTV Germany.

After 5 years living in Hackney, Christopher moved to Berlin in 2016 to concentrate on video art.

That year he directed a music documentary featuring Michael Rother (NEU! Kraftwerk, Harmonia) which premiered on Quietus magazine. He was also nominated for a prestigious award at a Cologne Art Show.