Christina is a songwriter and musician, and has been a choir-maker for close to 20 years. She writes for her own solo projects, in collaboration with trio Strawberry Thieves and with composer/guitarist Greg White, and for various choir and community projects.
She has a special interest in social history and folklore. She held the National Folk Fellowship - a collaboration with the National Library of Australia and the National Folk Festival - in 2009-10.
As a community choir leader she currently has seven weekly choirs and has organises special place-specific weekends (Sing Cockatoo, Sing Canowindra, Sing Dubbo, Forbes Festival, April Sun in Cuba) which combine community harmony singing and exploring place and culture through song.
In past decades she performed and toured with Blindman’s Holiday "world music" vocal ensemble and the folk trio Touchwood.
She has collaborated with AWGIE award-winning writer PP Cranney on numerous projects and productions including "Lola’s Keg Night" (Merrigong Theatre, 2014), "Amulet" (2016-present) and "The Great Strike" which performed around the country to great acclaim in 2017-18 for the centenary of the Great Strike of 1917 in Australia.
Her debut album of original songs is "Rumours of Summer" (2011) and she is currently recording a new album of her own songs and one with Strawberry Thieves. Her song “Let There Be Peace” has been sung by choirs everywhere and was recently translated into Tetum and sung in Dili to celebrate twenty years since the first democratic election in East Timor.