Christopher Smith graduated from Bristol University with an MA in Film Production in 1998. He then combined making his own films with working as an assistant producer, director and researcher on Barry Norman's film NIGHT for Sky Television. His first feature, CREEP (2004), a horror starring Franka Potente and Sean Harris premiered in Toronto in 2004 and was released in the UK and the USA. His second horror feature, SEVERANCE (2006), also premiered in Toronto and was released in the UK and starred Danny Dyer and Laura Harris. TRIANGLE (2009), his third feature, premiered at FrightFest in August 2009. His others films include: THE 1000TH DAY(1997), THE DAY GRANDDAD WENT BLIND (1998), and BLACK DEATH (2010).