Christine is from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts and is an Emerson Alum who graduated in December 2019. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in film and video production with specialized studies in acting, social media managing, and psychology.

During the summer of 2018, she participated in a summer intensive training at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, in West Hollywood.

At Emerson College, Christine was involved with an abundance of student productions in a variety of positions from actress, host, floor manager, social media coordinator and executive producer.

Her most successful acting performance was in Emerson Channel’s production of 707: A Sitcom, where she played Gennypher. Christine also acted in and produced a short film during a summer program in Prague, called Veronica. In addition to this, her most memorable experience from Emerson was when she was the creative executive producer on Emerson Independent Video’s The Dish, an entertainment news show surrounding pop culture in television, movies, and music.

Furthermore, she is also a fashion, mental health, and lifestyle blogger through her brand called Dolled and Proud. It is a way for her to escape from reality and strengthen her writing, communication, and content production skills.

During the Emerson Los Angeles program, Christine participated in an Emerson College Showcase Production called Love, Death, & Networking. During this, she performed a self-written monologue and two partner scenes. Furthermore, she was the project coordinator for the production as she facilitated and delegated tasks for a group of 15 students in 13 departments and administered the pre-production as well as the physical production throughout the semester.

Christine completed an internship with Red Wagon Entertainment as a development intern in Culver City during her final semester at Emerson, but now is working as a freelance artist, focusing specifically on acting and production work.

In March, Christine was the assistant director and social media manager for the upcoming short, My Love From Dreams. She organized the shooting schedule for the 3 days of filming, monitored the safety of a 20 person cast/crew, and completed the breakdown for the script. In addition to this, she prepared daily call sheets for the cast and crew to ensure the overall process was executed in a timely manner.

Her most recent work can be seen in the upcoming short, From Under The Bridge. Christine was the Safety Supervisor on set who registered the cast and crew, and confirmed no one showed symptoms of COVID-19 before allowing them to continue onto set. Throughout filming, Christine maintained the overall safety on set of a 25 person cast/ crew to ensure safety compliance with COVID guidelines. In addition to this, she assisted the producer with any other production needs.

In 2021, Christine has worked as a production assistant on many different productions from The Celebrity Dating Game to The Book of Boba Fett.