Welcome to Memories of Movement. My name is Qristina and I am many things to many people. First and foremost I am a mother and wife. My son Phoenix is five and a half and is the most wonderful thing in the whole world.

I returned to University in the fall to pursue an integrative studies degree focusing on creative writing and photography, as well as teaching myself the Tibetan language. I am looking forward to it. I hope to become a documentary photographer–telling the stories of those who can’t speak for themselves, or perhaps working for a non-profit aiding in the Tibetan cause for freedom and preservation of culture and heritage.

During the week I do freelance work as a photographer and designer, as well as work hard to support Candle for Tibet in my role as network manager.

My passions are my son, my husband, photography, human rights, Tibet, India, Nepal, Burma, Buddhism, Photojournalism, and Languages.

Tibetan Nuns Project – Educating and Supporting Tibetan Nuns in Exile.

I suffer from autoimmune disease which often makes life complicated.
Some days it’s hard, but I do my best with what I’ve got.

I like green, singing, dancing, moonlight, origami, arguing, sunshine, and orange. We have two dogs and three cats who like to make life fun.

I am a one woman revolutionary changing the world one breath at a time…