Christine is currently the head choreographer for the dance team, the NJ Prancers. She danced for the NJ Nets dance team in 2006-2007, and the NBAE (National Basketball Association Entertainment). Recently, Christine has worked with artists like Kevin Rudolph, Shakira, Rhianna, Ryan Leslie, and many others. Born and raised in Swedesboro, NJ she was a dancer since the age of 3. She began at a local dance studio, where she learned ballet, jazz, lyrical, tap and gymnastics. During highschool she auditioned for Southern New Jersey Academy of Performing Arts and was accepted as the one of the first 50 students. While admitted, she worked with modern instructors and other teachers such as Norman Taylor and well-known ballet educator, David Kloss. In addition, she attended a 1999 Dance Competition and received a dance scholarship.
In 2005, she graduated from Rutgers University with a BFA in Dance from the Mason Gross School of the Arts. She performed in MGSA’s dance company called DanceWorks (2004-05). She has had the privilege to dance in Doug Varone’s premier works “Bench Quartet.” She also danced at the 2000 Cool NY Dance Festival. In all, she would like to thank her family and friends for their love and support.