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author , Documentary producer

Christopher Geoffrey McPherson, American author, documentary producer. License operator, Federal Communications Commission. Member minority advisory board Station KPNX, 1984-1991, chairman, 1990; member Foster Care Review Board, 1991-1992.

Background

McPherson, Christopher Geoffrey was born on July 27, 1959 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Son of James Earl and Merlie (Martinez) McPherson.

Career

Various journalism positions,, Phoenix, since 1976;columnist, The Observer, Phoenix, 1984-1992;managing editor, Arizona Living magazine, Phoenix, 1987-1989;art writer, Scottsdale (Arizona) Progress, 1989;fashion writer, Scottsdale (Arizona) Progress, 1989-1992;theater critic, Phoenix Gazette, 1989-1995;radio talk show host, KKFR-FM, since 1993. Owner, documentary producer Documentaire, Phoenix, since 1990.

Achievements

  • License operator, Federal Communications Commission.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Playwright A Guy Named Bill, 1994, Lemmings to the Sea, 1997. Contributor various plays for radio. Contributor articles on archaeology, art and Hollywood history to various publications.

      Works included in Museum of television and Radio, New York City, The Gay and Lesbian Archive at the San Francisco Public Library., The Arizona History Society Museum, Tempe.

Membership

Member minority advisory board Station KPNX, 1984-1991, chairman, 1990. Member Foster Care Review Board, 1991-1992.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: foreign films, archaeology, historical research, classic dramatic radio shows.

Connections

father:
James Earl McPherson

mother:
Merlie (Martinez) McPherson