In the winter of 2003, 24 four-year-old Christine left graduate school to start her first design job. Eight years later a passion for personal connection and her appreciation for visual design led her to build a collaborative design practice.
The studio gained buzz through the work Christine developed for unique boutique hospitality brands. In 2014, Christine was named one of the midwest's best designers by the internationally-recognized, Design for Mankind. Her work has been honored by AIGA, Print Magazine, and Communication Arts. It has been featured in Better Homes & Gardens, Design*Sponge, ELLE Decoration Sweden, The Huffington Post, Kate Spade, Ladies’ Home Journal, and Martha Stewart.
She holds a BS/MA in Visual Communication Design with a concentration in Brand Development, Fine Art and Art History from Kent State University. Christine serves as a member of the Cleveland City Planning Commission's Design Review.