Master of Arts (Research)
Bachelor of Contemporary Music (Honours)
Contemporary session musician, Christina Langham is an events manager, creative practitioner, marketing researcher, and multi-instrumentalist - drums, percussion, guitar, vocals, and more. Based in Brisbane, Australia, Christina practice encompasses musical performance and production, marketing, brand identity, social media, creative research, and artistic development.
Christina has performed at numerous festivals around Australia, including Splendour In The Grass and Falls Music & Arts Festival. Along with co-releasing an array of recordings, video clips and creative content, she has toured parts of Australia with an eclectic list of artists: The Glycereens (bubble gum fuzz); Fat City Strut (roots, reggae, dub); The Button Collective (bluegrass, folk); Maja (soul funk); Mecha Mecha (alternative rock). She has shared bills with the likes of Remi, Lagerstein, Rainbowdragoneyes (UK), Osaka Punch, and Laced In Lust (Adelaide).
In mid-2015, she co-founded a small promotions business called Vincent & Jules with her partner, Amanda Terry. Vincent & Jules focuses on content curation and event management for local Brisbane bands, and hosted the Cookies & Cream residency at The Zoo, and Buttermilk residency at The Milk Factory.
As a drum performance and music marketing major, she is heavily involved in the Brisbane Music Scene across many fronts: social media marketing, PR, events management, live performance, project management, and content curation. Academically, her research field encompasses brand identity, independent music promotion, co-creationism, consumer relationship, entrepreneurship, and the exploration of applied identity branding to musical groups and its affects on consumers.