She began hosting the since-retired electronic music show Revolutions on the school's highly acclaimed radio station, 88.9 WERS. Soon she discovered her strength in sound design and electronic production, leading her to pursue a Bachelor's degree in music synthesis at the renowned Berklee College of Music in 2004. Knowing she had finally found her passion, Christina quickly exceled in her studies and went on to achieve great success at the school. Her work was selected to be featured as part of the Berklee Music Technology Divisional CD compilation.
In 2006 she graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors and was chosen to receive the Laurie Anderson Women in Music Technology award for her outstanding work in music production and sound design. Christina currently resides in San Francisco, California. She is an avid user of both hardware and software in the studio. Her frequent use of analog synthesizers gives her music a unique, organic sound that stands apart from the rest. Working under her Anitserk pseudonym, she produces techno, house, and downtempo.
She also collaborates with fellow Berklee alum Danny Patterson to form the duo Monocle. Their debut single Dilleniidae (May 2007, Racecar Productions) was very well-received, appearing on the minimal charts of several download sites including Dance Tracks Digital and Juno Records. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..