As a graduate from Musicians Institute in 2010, majoring in Music Business & Vocal Performance, Christina spent three years in Post Production before she was offered a Creative Admin job at Universal Music Group’s Rondor Music International. This is where she gained first-hand experience in TV sync, publishing, licensing and copyright. In 2015, she landed at Firstcom Music serving as Licensing Manager and soon after moved into her full-time role as Music Director for Film & TV. In 2019 she was promoted to an expanded position which includes Producing albums and custom projects. Throughout her career thus far, she’s had much creative success with her productions and established invaluable relationships through her strong work ethic, a pristine ear for music and in-depth understanding of client needs. A creative contribution to the sync process and the marriage of sound & picture are the very root of her passion for this industry.

We asked Christina what change she hopes to see in the next five years:

For Production Music, I hope to see the scales balanced for women in this industry. There are far too few female creatives, producers and songwriters’ voices being heard. For the world, I hope to see a drastic difference in our country’s response to climate change & systemic racism.

Take a listen to and learn more about FirstCom’s The Future Is Female here: