Christinahas been working as an artist and designer since 1980. Her background is in jewellery design, then in 1998, she studied ceramics in London.
When she encountered Penrose’s aperiodic tiling, she began incorporating the principles into her porcelain plates. Her work is therefore based on the highest forms of geometry, yet the same patterns are found in unicellular organisms, and a cross-section of a strand of DNA, and has been called the geometry of life. Aperiodicity also describes a slice through 5th dimensional hyper-space - the geometry of the cosmos