Christina trained at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and has worked extensively as a set and costume designer for the stage for the last 20 years.
Christina’s work was last seen at the State Opera of South Australia with La Traviata, a co-production with Opera Queensland and New Zealand Opera. This production of Madama Butterfly was recently remounted at Seattle Opera. Other selected credits include Parsifal (costumes), The Flying Dutchman (set), Banquet of Secrets, Voyage to the Moon, The Turn of the Screw, The Magic Flute (costumes), The Marriage of Figaro (costumes), Don Giovanni (costumes) and Cosi fan tutte (Victorian Opera). Christina’s designs have also been seen at Melbourne Theatre Company (in excess of 25 productions), Malthouse Theatre, Playbox, Black Swan State Theatre Company, Queensland Theatre Company, The Production Company, Belvoir, Sydney Theatre Company, Bell Shakespeare, WA Ballet and Australian Ballet.
Christina is an APDG, Green Room and Matilda Award Nominee. In 2005 she won the Green Room Award for Theatre Design for Honour, Daylight Atheist (Melbourne Theatre Company) and Julia 3 (Playbox). She is also currently a Performance Design lecturer at the Victorian College of the Arts.