Like Cinna from The Hunger Games, Atlanta's Christopher Martin is a beautiful Black man with a highly developed sense of fashion. His brand FASHIONplating (Christopher is The Fashion Plate) is becoming well-known in fashion and entertainment circles.
One of Christopher's many current projects is being the Atlanta host for Raw Natural Born Artists. He previously hosted in Nashville, and is going to be doing an event tomorrow night here in Atlanta at the up-and-coming venue, Terminal West.
Christopher has a background in broadcasting and media. He went by the delightful call name "Boy Wonder" (late night thunder) on St. Louis's Majic 108 FM radio. Christopher developed a successful fashion program for local television in St. Louis, and was a popular sport's anchor in Kansas. Moving to Atlanta to be closer to family about six years ago, Christopher is busy making his mark on the fastest-growing film-industry region in the country.
With a personality that highlights a perplexing combination of humility and narcissism, Christopher Martin is an extremely likable person to work with, and simultaneously BRINGS THE TALENT.
In addition to his hosting and fashion acumen, Christopher is breaking into the independent film scene here in Atlanta. In addition to his role of Sean Baptiste in The Silent Tear, he starred as Ike in The Next Day, a film by Alfred Robbins of Bottom of the Net Filmworks. The Next Day screened at a number of film festivals, and was picked up by Maverick Entertainment for distribution in 2014.