Christopher Calvin Harrison

Visual Artist

1961 –


Who is Christopher Calvin Harrison?

Christopher Calvin Harrison is an American director/choreographer and Founder of AntiGravity, Inc..

Christopher began developing his movement style as a tumbling specialist competing in the 1978 USSAF World Games and later as a dancer in Broadway productions. Since then, Harrison has spearheaded artistic projects ranging from original theatrical productions like AntiGravity: An American Band and AntiGravity’s Crash Test Dummies to events including the Inauguration of President Barack Obama and a segment of the closing ceremonies of the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics.

In 1990, Harrison assembled a group of athletes, some of which were Olympic competitors, known as Team AntiGravity. His team, in collaboration with pop celebrities like No Doubt and P. Diddy, gained notoriety for performances in numerous entertainment industry award shows, including the Academy Awards, the Video Music Awards, and the Grammys. Harrison has directed productions for numerous international corporations, including Microsoft, Samsung, Google, Inc., and Marc Jacobs.

He now works as an aerial designer for Broadway shows and the Metropolitan Opera, as well as director/choreographer for original theatrical productions including the AntiGravity Six-City Tour of Brazil.

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Jul 11, 1961
Also known as
  • Christopher Harrison
  • Christopher C. Harrison
  • Chris Harrison
  • United States of America
  • University of Utah
Lived in
  • Evanston

on July 23, 2013


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