Chris was born in Thurso, Scotland in 1994.
He grew up on the beaches of the land, learning how to surf and overcome the harsh, cold weather.
He was born into a good family, with money and love. A privileged school life, he strives to learn how to survive on his own, in the woods, on the beach or in the hills.
Armed with knowledge on key survival instincts and skills, he set out to explore the world after school, which landed him in many places that pushed his skills to the limit. During his voluntary work in China in late 2017, he was drafted to Turkey after a vicious disease wreaked havoc in the town he was staying in. After spending some time with locals in Turkey and wondering if he will ever get home, the disease's effects seemed to have followed the plane to Turkey. Some of his volunteer colleagues showed signs of rabid, unpredictable behaviour, and after a brief discussion with the Volunteer Program's leader, it was decided that the remaining volunteers would leave the city in Turkey by Cruiser and fly home from another island, next to the green sea. During the few days of being on the cruiser, many people were still showing signs of this unknown disease, even military personnel who boarded the boat for security. After a brief unsolicited attack on the Captain by infected victims, the journey was cut short and the boat was turned and headed to the nearest land mass, which was rumoured to be called Chernarus, while the passengers tried to avoid or dispose of now violent infected people. Due to the new Captains inexperience, the boat wasn't harboured correctly and was washed onto shore on the east side of Chernarus. During the mass panic of every remaining passenger trying to get off, Chris was told by his Volunteer Leader that he would meet him at the nearest security checkpoint and his plane home would be sorted. Upon finding out that the nearest checkpoint was miles away, many hungry passengers turned to the locals on shore-villages for help. Chris was taken in by a farmer family who showed interest in his abilities. Unwillingly, he stayed in with the farmers as a safe haven for what he thought would be a couple of days. Little did he know the outbreak was just beginning, and the island's inhabitants were already showing signs of irrational behaviour.
Years later, the boy who used to surf and explore is gone. Honed by the harsh weather and relentless infected, Chris now uses his and his family's own means of survival, with their farm by their side.