Christina Bray is an Atlanta-based artist with a background in painting and printmaking. She now practices photography, digital art, creative writing, and graphic design. Her current visual art consists of digital images of defunct factories and historic industrial sites in the Southeast. Her current writing is free verse and prose poetry inspired by current events, dreams, personal research, and life experiences.
Alongside her creative work, she has had a long career working in nonprofit organizations, having served as a development director, art gallery director, drawing and printmaking instructor, and designer.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Arts from Oglethorpe University, a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Atlanta College of Art, a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Georgia, and a Master of Theological Studies from Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. She endlessly researches a myriad of humanities disciplines. Her diverse interests include theology and spiritual practices, political science, literature, and history. These topics also inform her creative work.
Chris lives in Tucker, Georgia with her wife Kim, their cats Bailey, Maggie, and Dakota, and a revolving menagerie of foster cats and kittens.