Christopher Sears came from a theatre family. His parents raised him and his siblings while running their very own theatre company in St. Louis, Missouri. He started writing songs for their productions as a teenager. While getting his BFA at Rutgers University for Acting he played Feste the Fool in Shakespeare's 12th night. Christopher found a kindred spirit in Feste, and the role of the fool in life. This vantage point along with the mercurial transformation into adult society are the guiding inspirations for his album Bread Boy. He lives in New York City where he continues to act, paint, compose, and play!