A native to New York City, Chris can be found deeply entrenched in anything nerd. While her studies and career placed her squarely in the area of media and entertainment, she also made it a point to follow her other interests in music, food and sports.
Currently, she works at ESPN in Event Production as an Associate Producer. Since her start with the company, Chris has worked on X Games, College Football Thursday Primetime, Soccer, Special Olympics, Hockey and many other events in various roles including feature producer, segment producer, assistant director, graphics associate producer and graphics interface coordinator.
From 2013-2017 she had the great pleasure of working with the soccer department to assist in the production of games from Major League Soccer, UEFA Euro 2016, International Champions Cup, UEFA Champions League, FIFA World Cup, and various international friendlies. Chris has also been an assistant director for the 2016 World Cup of Hockey, a segment producer for the 2017 Special Olympics Winter World Games & 2018 Special Olympics USA Games, a social media editor for the 2018 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament, and a Field Producer for the 2019 Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi. She has now transitioned to work on Tennis and has been a Graphics AP at the 2019 US Open and 2020 Australian Open.
Chris was also an intern turned freelancer with WNET/THIRTEEN and has served as a production assistant, camera operator, and editor on many documentaries including “Baseball: A New York Love Story,” “We Are The Knights,” and the WLIW series "Treasures of New York.” She also worked on segments for the television programs “SundayArts,” “Metrofocus” and “Teaching Channel.” Chris then became Content Aggregator for WNET, where she collected and archived content from all of WNET's production units and created in-house sizzle reels.