Diversified media artist Christopher Short has won thirty International Laser Display Association artistic awards for his laser art and was featured on the BBC World News Travel show. His photographic work features petroglyph dreamscapes that incorporate video projection, colored strobes, flashlights, and custom laser hardware. Christopher has exhibited in galleries and museums across the Southwest. He sells his artwork at the Heard Museum Guild Indian Market in Phoenix, Prescott Indian Art Market, Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival, and the Santa Fe Indian Market. He has exhibited his laser work around the country and recently in Dubai, Montreal, and the United Kingdom. He is co-inventor of the Radiator Laser Synthesizer and is exploring the fusion of laser projection with video synthesis and analog feedback. He is a contributing artist for Meow Wolf's Convergence Station in Denver Colorado. In addition to working as an artist, Christopher teaches photography classes for Native artists and produces videos for the Heard Museum and other Native American organizations. He is a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico.