Christopher Seguine is a film editor and artist based in San Francisco and is a leading expert on high definition and digital cinema technologies. Born in New Jersey in 1971, he studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and went on to work as a technical supervisor on films including Virtuosity (1995). Uninspired by traditional Hollywood filmmaking, Seguine became a consultant at Paul Allen's think tank, Interval Research.
Seguine went on to start his own company Sublime, after working with artist Matthew Barney on Cremaster 2 (1999), which was the first feature-length film shot on HDCAM. He subsequently expanded his role to editor and post-production supervisor for Barney's Cremaster 3 (2002). Seguine also designed servers and a five-channel synchronised high definition sculpture for the Cremaster Cycle exhibition held at the Guggenheim Museum in New York (2003).
In 2003, in collaboration with Steven Klein and Madonna, Seguine designed ultra-hi resolution installation pieces that combined photography, video and animation for the X-STaTIC PRo=CeSS installation at the Deitch Gallery (2003). He has also worked with Flora Skivington on a film shot with a prototype digital cinema camera from Arri.