Originally from Wagga Wagga, NSW, Christina made the move to Sydney in January 2000 to complete the full-time Performing Arts Course at Brentstreet Studios. During this time she danced at various corporate functions, the Olympic Opening Ceremony and musical ‘Bye Bye Birdie’.

For the following years she worked primarily as a singer in production shows around Sydney such as "Aznavour, From Today", "Vegas Voices", rock show “Simply the Best” and "Sydney By Night". She also performed in Sydney’s cabaret circuit performing two self-written shows and reaching the finals of the Cabaret Showcase in 2004.

Christina's professional acting debut was in Romeo and Juliet at the Italian Forum in 2001. She toured with Roald Dahl's 'The Witches' throughout Sydney schools and has appeared regularly in the annual Short and Sweet Festival. She performed 'The Vagina Monologues' for charity at Glen St Theatre and has completed a series of short films including the recently released 'Goldilocks' by HC Films.

Christina made the move to London in late 2006 and remained there for nearly two years. During this time she sang onboard the MSC Lirica and performed several productions in the heart of London, both as a dancer and actor.

Since returning to Sydney late last year Christina has appeared as Frenchy in ‘Grease on the Beach’, Frida (ABBA) in the sold-out show ‘Living in the 70’s’ and various roles in ‘Forbidden Broadway’ for Squabbalogic Productions.

Creating the desired mood and ambience whilst allowing conversations to be heard among guests, her repetoire spans many eras of popular music and contains all the standards you would expect to hear – plus a few surprises.