The career of Chris Hopkins spans over three decades, encompassing many genres including high profile illustrations for film, entertainment sports, publishing and the corporate world, including theme art for three Super Bowls and marquee art for "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom." Hopkins’ paintings have been displayed in the White House and are in the permanent collection of the Pentagon. Commissions from the Air Force have taken him on assignments to Afghanistan, Thailand and Central America. Hopkins has created museum exhibits that celebrate the human spirit; he has painted bodies of work that narrate and recognize the Northwest Coast First Nation People, the Tuskegee Airmen and the Japanese American Internment. Hopkins has been awarded with Gold and Silver medals from SILA and a Life Achievement Award from "Air Brush Action Magazine." He was a resident artist at the Masterpiece Christian Arts Foundation and has taught at ArtCenter.