Chris Green has been creating content under the moniker "A GREENER FILM" for over a decade. He is a published photographer / interactive designer / filmographer from St. Louis, MO.

His passion for capturing beautiful people, cycling, motorsports, and traveling is apparent through his work. When not creating he's holding down business at a local bike shop, riding bikes, and being a wiener-dog-dad to @surlythedachshund.

As soon as he got his first credit card, he maxed it out and took a trip to Tokyo before his 21'st birthday. Being slightly obsessed with Japanese Street Culture and Drift Cars, he got press passes to the biggest car show in the world; The Tokyo Auto Salon. He cut his teeth on video editing coming home with over 10 hours of Hi8 footage.

Chris picked up his first DSLR in 2006 as an assistant photographer to Michael J. Green, for the St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders Swimsuit Calendar. I know.. tough work. Since then he's done freelance work as an interactive designer for a few notable companies including; Volkswagen, Dominos, & Nike. All at an ad agency in Boulder, CO called Crispin Porter + Bogusky.

Through his early twenties he couldn't help turning his lens to nightlife photography. Shooting freelance photos for Alive Magazine, he was quickly put in touch with artists and DJ's such as David Guetta, Schwayze, DJ Skeet Skeet, and Steve Aoki.

Somewhere in the middle of that, bicycles became his second life. Starting out with a track bike exploring the city solo, to later racing with friends on the Track, Road, then Cyclocross. He would begin traveling to different events across the states. And even host his very own bike race called "Bridge 2 Bridge".

On 12.12.12, he held his first solo photo exhibit titled Untroubled Youth inspired by careless individuals and different topics of his favorite cultures. In conjunction with the photo exhibit, he curated the Voyeur After-Party for his event. Featuring, a 2 way camera feed projected at the front of the dance floor of models partying in an apartment adjacent to the venue.

Also in 2012 an independent label from NYC named God & Famous was launched by one of his best friends. Chris has been a part of the G&F team since the beginning. Being able to document his travels from coast to coast, and getting to ride bikes with friends/fans of the brand is his favorite part of the gig.