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Christina is an Irish poet, prose and screenwriter.

She is currently editing her debut novel 'While He Looked at the Moon' which won the 2023 IWC Novel Fair and has been longlisted for the Comedy Women in Print Award (unpublished category)

Her performance poetry has been widely published and she is currently working on her first bi-lingual collection, kindly supported by the Arts Council.

She was commissioned by Screen Ireland and TG4 to write TV drama ‘ag briseadh tríd’ based on a prose poem she wrote last year (Blinder films producing).

She co-wrote 30’ comedy 'Filthy' which was nominated for the Funny Women Comedy Writing Award and subsequently picked up by DLT Entertainment.

She developed projects with What Larks and Balloon Entertainment and co-created web-series and short film, 'Milly & Clare' on MADE TV. 

Christina joined the NT playwriting course, where she created 'Skydiving', a surreal musical comedy that was performed at Shoreditch Townhall. Prior to that, she wrote 'Heart Shop' (BAC Scratch Festival) 'The Intern' (workshopped at Southbank Centre) and 'Accidents' (Queens Theatre New Writing Festival). 

Christina trained as an actor at the Oxford School of Drama and was the lead in IFTA nominated adaptation of Lady Windermere's Fan, 'Belonging to Laura' (TV3) She played Virginia Woolf in Downton Abbey and also in the feature ‘London Unplugged’ (Theatre release/Amazon) 

She graduated from the Creative Writing MA program at Brunel last year.

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