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Christopher Chambers

Stockholm, Sweden

Email: chris.chambers@swipnet.se

Home page: http://homepage.mac.com/christopherchambers2/

Christopher began his career as an electronics engineer
and also qualified as a
Technical Author before becoming employed in the
security field. He then formed his
own consultancy company and in 1970, became the
Editorial Director of a trade
publishing house. During this period, he also organised
the confrences for Europe's
largest, annual international security exhibition. In 1975,
Chris was asked to join a team
of consultants who undertook a comprehensive security
survey of strategic targets on
behalf of a Middle East Government. This asignment
began his close association with
the Gulf States which continues to this day. For the next
20 years, Christopher worked
with international groups, government agencies and the
military all over the world and is
a recognised authority on secure radio and border
security solutions. In '89 he began the
construction of a two-seat light aircraft designed for
border surveillance. He flew it for the
first time in '94 and subsequently sold it to Sweden in'96
on completion of flight trials
and certification. In '99, Chris decided to retire from
security work and moved to Sweden
to concentrate upon his writing. He has completed two
childrens books, a fantasy
adventure novel and a book of short stories and an adult
spy/crime thriller. He is currently writing a semi-
autobigraphical funny book.

Interests: Models and minatures built for pleasure and profit, (please see homepage); DV film making; flying and aviation -qualified pilot; creating a Japanese garden; painting and travel writing. drawing.

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Nonfiction

  • Security Ink
  • Modular Steam Plant.
  • Two men in a boat
  • Other

  • Make your model come alive.