Christopher Arnold graduated Cum Laude from Harvard University in 1969, and received a Masters of Fine Arts degree from the London Film School in 1971. After completing his education he worked for several years in the British Film and Television industry as an editor and producer of shorts and documentaries.


Chris returned to Hollywood and founded Cimarron Productions, which became one of the largest, most highly respected film companies specializing in Motion Picture Advertising (trailers and radio spots & Print) working on 1,000-plus theatrical films and TV movies and TV series.


In 2002 Chris began work on "The O Tapes," marking a return to his first love, documentaries. Production of "The O Tapes" was to involve traveling to all parts of the country with an all female crew and production staff to record over 250 hours of interview with over 150 women and experts on the subject of female sexuality. The finished film had its world premiere at the 2006 AASECT National Convention (American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, & Therapists) where it received with a standing ovation. Later that year "The O Tapes" screened 3 times at the WAS / SEXO International Conference in Montreal where it also received a standing ovation. The film was selected to play in numerous film festivals throughout 2006-07 before being aired on SHOWTIME Network and The Movie Channel for airing throughout 2007 and 2008.

Since "The O Tapes" first showed at the AASECT National Conference in 2006, Chris has kept up his affiliation with the organization and has consulted with both the President and the Executive Director of AASECT on numerous ideas and projects. In 2009 Chris was asked by AASECT to become involved in producing and editing all the video presentations for the National Convention. Chris currently lives in the Hollywood Hills and has two sons. He is a member of the Editor's Guild, the Publicist's Guild, the Independent Feature Project/West, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.