Meet the Creative Artists Law team
Before becoming a lawyer, Kris worked as a Senior Artist in the computer games industry for a major publisher and is at home in Autodesk Maya as he is in Microsoft Word. Kris specialises in information technology law, intellectual property law and telecoms law, negotiating for and against the largest multi-nationals, banks and law firms in the world on deals whose values ran into hundreds of millions of dollars. Kris also advises on film law for productions both large and small.
Kris has a Juris Doctor of Law from the University of Queensland as well as a Bachelor of International Business. He was admitted as a Solicitor in January 2007. He is a board member of Screenworks.
He enjoys 2D and 3D illustration as well as photography.
Kacper specialises in Film, Music, Events and Sports Law.
In film, Kacper advises on productions both big and small and has worked on the James Bond series, Harry Potter, Dora the Explorer and Marvel productions like Thor and Guardians of the Galaxy to name just a few.
Kacper has extensive Music Law experience advising bands and his Events Law experience stretches to the Rolling Stones, Foo-Fighters, Bruce Springsteen and many others.
Kacper has also worked on the world's largest sporting events, dealing and negotiating with FIFA, the IOC, UEFA, IAAF and World Rugby amongst many other sporting bodies. Kacper was also a member of the London Host City Steering Group for the 2018/2022 World Cup bid.
Kacper has a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Commerce. He was admitted as a Solicitor in February 2004. He has a keen interest in photography and screenwriting.
Natalia is a paralegal at Creative Artists Law. She has worked with the best in fashion, with Vivienne Westwood in her London head office.
She has a Bachelor of Laws from BPP University in London as well as a Bachelor of Business Management.
Creatively, she has a passion for photography, having tens of thousands of followers on Social Media, and with her work appearing in numerous international magazines, publications and galleries.