Kristen has been a part of “once in a lifetime” events for twenty years. She has worked on televised events and live shows doing everything from creative director to staging director, producer to choreographer.
Kristen specializes in working with, and orchestrating casts and logistics from 10 people to 8,000-people. She was the Assistant Show Director for the Emmy Award-winning 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games Opening & Closing Ceremonies, and creatively contributed to the 1996 Atlanta Olympics Opening & Closing Ceremonies, twenty-one Super Bowl Half-time shows, eighteen Super Bowl Pre-Game Shows and other numerous live and corporate events. Her special skills include creating large-scale visual images using people and a wide variety of props. She takes pride in taking ordinary people, and making them a part of something extraordinary.
She has also been an integral part televised events including; The Academy Awards, The Emmy Awards, Billboard Music Awards and The Grammy Awards, Stand Up To Cancer, 2014 NHL Winter Classic Stadium Series, 2018 Major League Baseball All Star Game, 2002 Major League Baseball’s World Series, the 2004 & 2005 MTV Video Music Awards, the NFL Kickoff shows since 2004, the Presidential Inaugural Galas, and the International Special Olympics Opening Ceremonies among others. She has also been a part of several motion pictures including “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never”, “High School Musical 3”, “Jonas Brothers the 3-D Concert Experience”, Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Movie in 3-D” and the Ang Lee Film “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk”.