Her screen work includes Hits, (directed by David Cross, Sundance Film Festival 2014,) TV shows, ER, Murder One, Wonder Years, and recurring with Mark Harmon on Reasonable Doubts.
Her Los Angeles work garnered Dramalogue and Garland Awards.
Her songs have been performed in concert by such artists as the Dartmouth Decibelles, the Washington D. Gay Men's Chorus, Scottish troubadour Brian Nc Neil, and international chanteuse Andrea Marcovicci.
Petersburg Times, Delta "Sky" Magazine, The Performing Songwriter Magazine) and was the host and now guest host for the popular "Sunday Breakfast" radio program on WFUV, 90.7, public radio from Fordham University in New York City.
Her song "Sensitive New Age Guy" is in the long-running Off-Broadway production of A ...
My Name Will Always Be Alice, and her science-based song "If We Had No Moon" will be included in an album of all space-related music to be released by the National Space Society later in 2001.
Christine created, directed, produced, and taught performance courses at the "Martha's Vineyard Singer / Songwriters' Retreat", two month-long events that gathered thirty American songwriters to meet, collaborate, and record new material in September of 19.
She has won one NAIRD Award, two New York Music Awards, four ASCAP composer awards, the Kate Wolf Memorial Award and the 2001 Backstage Bistro Award for Outstanding New York Singer/Songwriter of the Year.
Dan has appeared as a guest star in over seventy television episodic programs and more than twenty Movie Of The Week productions plus a score of motion picture credits.