Christopher Hill is the son of a bronze sculptor and ceramicist, spending most of his childhood in studios and foundries. Growing up in these creative environments enabled him to explore his imagination and creativity. Most notably, he modeled two bears for Missouri State University, a bust portrait of Marion Barry, and a 7’ tall Harriet Tubman at Salisbury University on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Christopher Hill earned a BFA at Salisbury University in 2009. He received a full tuition waiver and graduate assistantship from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and graduated with his MFA in 2012. He spent six years working at an art restoration company in Fairfax. Since 2014, he has volunteered with the Manassas Museum. He now works at a museum exhibit company in Manassas and lives in Bristow, Virginia with his wife and daughter.