Born in former Rhodesia, Christopher spent almost fifty years in Southern Africa, before emigrating to Perth, Western Australia, in 1986 with his family
He has a BA in art practices and communications, a Masters in Visual Communications (Magna Cum Laude), and Diploma of Architecture.
Work experience has been varied as a consultant in visual communications, as an industrial and commercial designer/artist and building designer (MSIAD: Rhodesia/UK; MSDSA: South Africa; MDIA: Australia; MBDA: Western Australia)
He also spent over twenty years' service in part-time military and police service, mainly in training and public relations and several years in African affairs.
by Christopher Upham-Hil
Rhodesia, 1967. A young boy is thrown clear of his parents’ car as they drive over a landmine and are killed. When Grant wakes up in the local Shava mission, he remembers nothing; however, the ‘messages from God’ begin as he slowly recovers
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