Author: Christine Burney

Originally from Borger, Texas, Christine moved to Georgia with the Army, where she served 4 years. She has completed 3 years of ministry school at Bethel Atlanta School of Ministry and completed her B.F.A. in Illustration at Savannah College of Art and Design [SCAD] this past Spring [2017]. Her most recent role was as the Campus Correspondent of Her Campus SCAD Atlanta, a college women's magazine. Her desire as an illustrator, writer & person is to put on display value she sees in the things around her - this is what she seeks to do in all her work. She loves music, dance and new adventures. Eventually she would like to have her own creative paper business, writing & illustrate children's books, making her own line of greeting cards, planners, paper products, etc. She also hopes to exhibit more of her work in gallery spaces using creative means like writing her own music to go with her illustrated works. Her main focus right now is determining how to engage through her work the current social climate in our country and abroad in a way that gives life, without engaging in bitterness, anger or an us vs. them mentality.
Originally from Borger, Texas, Christine moved to Georgia with the Army, where she served 4 years. She has completed 3 years of ministry school at Bethel Atlanta School of Ministry and completed her B.F.A. in Illustration at Savannah College of Art and Design [SCAD] this past Spring [2017]. Her most recent role was as the Campus Correspondent of Her Campus SCAD Atlanta, a college women's magazine. Her desire as an illustrator, writer & person is to put on display value she sees in the things around her - this is what she seeks to do in all her work. She loves music, dance and new adventures. Eventually she would like to have her own creative paper business, writing & illustrate children's books, making her own line of greeting cards, planners, paper products, etc. She also hopes to exhibit more of her work in gallery spaces using creative means like writing her own music to go with her illustrated works. Her main focus right now is determining how to engage through her work the current social climate in our country and abroad in a way that gives life, without engaging in bitterness, anger or an us vs. them mentality.