Christopher Dell studied Art History at the Courtauld Institute, London, specializing in 13th-century French Gothic architecture, and 17th-century Roman Baroque. He then went on to work at the National Gallery, the Architectural Association, and in art publishing.
Chris's interest in the occult and Hermetic traditions began as an undergraduate looking at 17th-century mysticism, including the work of Athanasius Kircher, and its relationship to architecture. Over the years this has grown to include subjects such as Freemasonry, the monstrous, global mythological traditions, and alternative visual traditions.
Today Chris splits his time between Amsterdam and Barcelona, and continues his investigations into mysticism, monsters, mythology and art history.
You can find out more at christopherdell.com