Kristopher was raised in Prince George and graduated from the University of Northern British Columbia in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Economics. Kristopher attended law school as part of Thompson Rivers University's inaugural law class. While attending TRU Law, Kristopher worked as a researcher for labour law arbitrators Vince Ready, Chris Sullivan and Corinn Bell. Kristopher graduated with his J.D. in 2014.
Kristopher is a board member with the Prince George Railway and Forestry Museum, the secretary of the Prince George Bar Association, and a member of the Prince George Chamber of Commerce Advocacy Committee.
Kristopher enjoys spending his time with his wife Lisa and their children Hailey and Lukas, watching and playing hockey, boating, golfing and keeping up to date on provincial politics.