Originally from Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) Christina holds a B.Sc. in Environmental Biology from the University of Alberta and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. For the past ten years, she has worked within Toronto's vibrant artist-run culture as a jury member, arts administrator, technical coordinator, committee member, board member, curator and educator for various organizations including the liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto, Gallery 44, The Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre, the Images Festival, and the Ontario College of Art and Design. As an independent curator Christina has presented programs at a number of screening venues and festivals including: the Anthology Film Archives (NYC, NY); the Antimatter Festival (Victor, BC); Artists Television Access (San Francisco, CA;) Light Industry (Brooklyn, NY); and The International Experimental Cinema Exposition (TIE) (Denver, CO).
Working with film, video and installation, her works explore themes of history and counter-memory, polical mythology and environmental catastrophe. Supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, The Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Coucil, her artworks have exhibited internationally in festivals and galleries including: The Images Festival (Toronto) The London Film Festival (London, England); The International Film Festival Rotterdam (The Netherlands); YYZ Artists' Outlet (Toronto); White Box (New York); The Forman Art Gallery at Bishops University (Sherbrooke, QB); The city of Toronto's Nuit Blanche 2006; and in the 2006 Whitney Biennial: "Day for Night" (New York).