Since her first internship in 93.3 WMMR promotions, Christina has gained proficiency in writing across multiple subjects. During her collegiate years, Christina wrote editorials for the feminist newspaper *The College News* and developed a voice in film criticism. During her sophomore year, as a guest student at the University of Pennsylvania, she was published in a book "39 Difficult Questions for Stefan Sagmeister", and wrote performance art, audio tours, and reviews for "The Happy Show." Her English thesis was on film adaptation--specifically why Fight Club's adaptation was stronger than the novel. Since graduation, Christina has continued writing anecdotes for a hearing aid company called Phonak. She is working on completing a certificate in Writing for Children.
Christina's work specializes in creative writing, reviews, interviews, websites, editorial pieces, and research-based essays.
Fiction, film, music performance and composition, cat care, fine art, performance art, fencing, psychology, television, rock and roll history, anthropology, graphic design, the Myers-Briggs test, hard of hearing and Deaf culture, education, animal rights, disability rights.
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