Christopher M. Scotti was born and raised in Corona, Ca., a city close not only to the mountains and the Pacific Ocean, but major cities like Los Angeles and San Diego. Location combined with 12 years of scouting, great mentors, curiosity and a little luck has given him the chance to see and explore many interesting places.
Christopher attended California Polytechnic State University, Pomona but soon moved to the University of California, Riverside after falling in love with photography. He received his B.A. of Studio Art in 2011. His artistic endeavors have expanded from photography to video, sculpture, and installation. After a few group shows his interest in collaborative work was peaked and Poor Little Pawns was born. Simply put it is an experiment where several different ideas and artistic backgrounds collide in a way that will promote public accessibility to art.
For the moment Christopher has made his way to Eugene, Oregon to work on his M.A. in Journalism. Interested mostly in social and ecologically based documentaries, he hopes to combine this new facet of creativity with other ideals instilled within Poor Little Pawns. He is also open to free lance work and arts education as every opportunity has the potential to contribute to society.