Chris Riley is a Video Production Specialist for the Information Technology Department at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Along with being a Video Production Specialist, he also works with the Audio-Visual team. He is also a Video Production Specialist for the Division of Policy Translation and Leadership Development. Chris has been working at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health since 2002.
Before joining Harvard, Chris graduated from Norwood High School. After high school Chris graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Film. After college, Chris worked in Los Angeles in the Entertainment industry. He worked on productions and post productions. For such films and television as Collateral Damage, Flubber, and Law and Order.
At Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Chris works on such productions as Voices in Leadership, The Forum, and Deans Office events. He also works on other video productions for Harvard Chan such as Celebration with the Stars, Graduation, Promotional ads, and short documentaries. He works with video editing, video graphics, digital animation, and digital sound.
Chris was born at the Boston Lying Inn, which is where the Channing Lab at the Harvard Chan School is located. He enjoys playing hockey and spending time with his wife, Jen and his two daughters, Madison and Grace.