Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Christina settled into Philadelphia after earning her BFA in printmaking from Tyler School of Art at Temple University. While pursuing her degree, Christina engaged with the printmaking community by working as a workshop technician during Printmakers Open Forum’s opening year in Oxford, Pennsylvania and also interning with Boutique Textiles as a textile printer. She also performed live printmaking demonstrations during PrintThink conferences hosted at Tyler School of Art and was president of the Tyler Print Guild, a student organization for printmakers. After completing her thesis and graduating in 2015, Christina worked as a studio assistant for several local artists and as head studio technician at Drexel University. She has also taught several workshops at Studio Two Three in Richmond, Virginia. Currently, Christina is a textile printer at Galbraith & Paul, a Philadelphia-based studio workshop that specializes in hand block printed textiles. She is also a contributing editor for Printmakers Open Forum’s facebook group and is continuing her own art making in her home studio.