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Chris is the designer behind multiple number one apps, most famously Alice for the iPad. Alice is installed on half a million iPads worldwide and counting. Gizmodo called it "The cleverest iPad book yet" and the BBC said it was "A glimpse of the future of digital reading". Alice for the iPad was also a guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show where Oprah told her audience it would "change the way kids learn". His other hit apps include Alice in New York and Chris also collaborated on the number-one app Nursery Rhymes with Storytime.
Chris is also a journalist and Kirkus Star Award-winning author. Formerly a columnist for The Daily Telegraph newspaper, he later wrote for The Times.
Chris also presented and directed Space Bubble, the popular CNET gadget show. Alongside his writing, Chris is an illustrator and scriptwriter. He has worked for the BBC, Warner Bros and Wired. Chris won a Guardian Media Award for his work as a journalist, and famously discovered reflectoporn.
Today Chris runs Atomic Antelope, the publishing house that created Alice for the iPad. He spends his time working on book and game titles for the iPhone and iPad, writing and acting.