Christina Pupo is a Toronto-based designer, maker and educator. After graduating as a furniture design major from the Craft and Design Program at Sheridan College in 2009, Christina attended Penland School of Craft in North Carolina and Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado, broadening her skill-set to include campaign-style furniture making, bronze casting, cork explorations, ceramics and more. Christina has assisted various artists and woodworkers throughout the city and currently holds a technician position in the Industrial and Environmental Design Model Shop at OCAD U where she also teaches in the Design Program. She has participated and exhibited in various craft shows across Canada including Capacity and Toronto Design Offsite Festival. Her work has been published in Lark Books 500 Cabinets (2010).