Christine Hanlon graduated with a degree in Visual Arts from The University of Western Ontario & went on to pursue Interior Design at The International Academy of Merchandising & Design.
After practicing residential design for several years she transitioned into product development for the home. Working as a stylist in the retail product & brand development world she was immersed in trend direction, corporate travel & shopping; creating stylish private label collections for HBC, Sears, Eatons, House & Home to name a few.
Christine’s talents brought her a coveted spot in the Publishing Industry where her creative potential truly blossomed. As a Design Editor she has enjoyed working with the best; collaborating with photographers, agencies, interior designers & homeowners to produce award winning work for Canada's leading shelter publications.
Ultimately, by combining her love of interiors with a passion for beautiful things her career as a freelance prop stylist began & continues to thrive creating trend-savvy, multi-platform content for clients such as The Food Network, TJX Canada & LCBO.
When she is not working Christine likes to shop, read (actual books) & spend time gardening in the country with her husband Andrew, their daughter Sophie and son Henry.