ChristineWhite begun modelling at an early toddler age, and in grade school was
represented by a talent agency. Her first modelling gig was for Woodwards and
in a print for The Vancouver Sun (she was a toddler at the time) and her first
TV stint was for YTV’s Tell-a-Tale-Town.
She studied at the University
of British Columbia, completed her degree in Music and received Golden Key
Honour Society recognition (top 15% in academics in her faculty). Christine is
a teacher and director of a music education facility/studio where teachers
offer lessons in various disciplines and music therapy (www.cwmusic.ca). Her students
have proudly performed and supported local charities including the BC Cancer
Foundation, Stop-a-Bully.ca, and SOS Children’s Villages.
Christine strives for
inspiration and enjoys reading works by Robin Sharma, Dr. Bernie Siegel to name
a few. She practices yoga, cycles and grew up playing on a community league
In 2006, Christine participated
in a pageant in the Philippines and was crowned the first Mutya ng Pilipinas,
Overseas 2006. She is represented by an agency in the beautiful country.
In the future she hopes to be
happy, healthy, a good mother and continuing to advocate altruism in her
Charles Stuart International 10
need to know!
your favorite food? What will you NEVER eat?
I have a
sweet tooth and could definitely have dessert before dinner! I will never eat
meat. I have been a vegetarian since age 3 (according to dad).
city do you most want to visit?
currently your favorite designer?
unbiased. There are so many great designers. I am attracted to the actual
design than the label itself; however, I do like supporting local
designers/friends: Cassie Dee, Paula Dee, Jolie Couture, Krishi Kaur
currently your favorite musical artist?
Zimmerman, Bruno Mars
makeup do you always have with you in your bag?
that you must have with you for a successful “castaway” experience?
coffee or tea, …can I bring a piano to keep me sane/entertained?
movie you watched at an actual theater?
Age of Extinction
have any strange habits? Maybe
not a habit, but I think I am pretty good at (online) video games. I’m an
to models of the future? Never
compromise your health for the sake of a job. Exude confidence, not
arrogance; Be proud of your identity, not boastful; Your attitude books you
gigs, not necessarily your aptitude alone; never stop learning, never stop
giving; value and prioritize your health, education and family; respect your
body; learn to speak eloquently and respectfully (especially to your agent and
clients), not boastfully and demeaning – there is no notion of entitlement as a
“model” - it is your job; smile.