Paul Christopher began his musical career by taking guitar lessons at the early age of eight. When he turned thirteen he switched to the piano and has been playing keyboards ever since.
He joined "The Solid Rock," a local Christian rock band in northeast New Jersey where he enjoyed writing and performing his original material at the young age of eighteen. He eventually relocated to Phoenix, AZ and began recording and producing his original material at a local recording studio.
It was during this time that the radio station 98 KUPD took an interest in three of Paul's original tunes and aired them continuously.
In the years to follow Paul began collaborating with a fellow lyricist and recorded numerous tunes at Sounder Recording Studio in California. One particular song won a spot on 93.3 KDKB's Arizona Sounds Volume Seven album and was aired continually in the 1990's. Soon after, Paul Christopher hooked up with a local TV producer and wrote the music and sang on a public service television commercial about child abuse, which aired nationally and later won a prestigious Mobius Award.
Today, Paul Christopher is writing, producing, and creating a musical library of all types of scene music for Film and Television for Music Supervisors to choose from.