Christina is an award-winning London based artist. She focusses predominantly on the relationship between human and nature and has taken part in a variety of exhibitions, selling many original paintings. After graduating from Wimbledon College of Arts in 2017, she was selected to participate in the Clyde & Co Art Award, where she went on to win the staff vote. She was recently shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer exhibition and is currently represented by selective online gallery, New Blood Art.
She is an advocate for the Anxiety Disorder, Selective Mutism. Having experience of this little-known condition herself, she presents, makes videos and writes awareness blogs, focussing on how her art has helped her communicate and the ability to achieve despite disability. She has presented at the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, and has been invited to write for BBC Stories and in the Huffington Post, speaking of Selective Mutism and her art practice. A painting she created is used in Selective Mutism training sessions.