MM: How old are you?
MM: Where do you work when not modeling for Mona Moore?
C: I produce photography and video content for a brand of boxing and karate gear called ProForce. I spend half my time doing that and half my time working on photography and video projects for myself or friends. All work takes place in my home.
MM: When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
C: I have always wanted to be a film director, but there was a brief time that I wanted to be a psychologist.
MM: What/Who is a primary source of your creative inspiration?
C: Fairy Tales, Alfred Hitchcock, Bill Viola, masks, tragedy, the unknown...
MM: If you could meet anyone from any time period, who would it be?
C: Love this question and I cannot answer with an interesting historical figure such as Joan of Arc (even though that would be cool) because I still want to meet David Lynch so bad and he still lives in our current time period. So my answer is David Lynch
MM: What era of fashion appeals to you most?
C: 17th century New England Puritans.
MM: An afternoon of viewing art... museum or gallery?
C: I would have to say Museum. Love a good 5 hours of contemporary art exploration.
MM: Where is the last place you traveled to?
C: I just drove across the country to NYC and back so we went to a ton of amazing places in between— SW Utah being my favorite.
MM: What is your favorite song to dance to?
C: Severed Heads - We have come to bless the house
MM: Where do you want to be in 10 years?
C: Still making video art and playing more music. Traveling a lot, potentially living bicoastal.
You can check out Christina's art at christinaacevedo.com