Christopher Calvert | Brunswick
Christopher  Calvert

Christopher Calvert

Director, London

Christopher specialises in advising arts and cultural institutions through periods of significant change, helping them to navigate critical issues and supporting them on crisis communications, campaign management and corporate messaging.

He has worked with a number of high-profile arts clients, including the National Theatre, Museum of London, the World Cities Culture Forum, Creative Industries Federation, Bodleian Libraries, Culture Summit Abu Dhabi, Contemporary Art Society, Bradford Literature Festival, Abu Dhabi Music & Arts Foundation, Brookfield Properties, Axel Vervoordt and a number of projects at the Venice Art Biennale. He also chairs the London office’s Inclusion & Diversity Committee and LGBTQ+ Network.

Prior to joining Brunswick Arts, Christopher worked for the Mayor of London, leading the culture and communities news desk. During his time there, he headed up campaigns for the unveiling of the first statue of a woman in Parliament Square, launched the UK’s first-ever Night Czar, led on the announcement of the inaugural London Borough of Culture and worked on the international #LondonIsOpen comms campaign, following the UK’s decision to leave the EU.

Christopher previously worked for English National Opera as Head of Media, and before that worked for English Touring Opera in their marketing and press team.

Christopher graduated from Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree in Music, first study oboe and continues to perform as part of the London Gay Men’s Chorus.