Demo / Resume

Kristie’s restless pursuance has graciously given her opportunities in Film and Television. Working closely with renowned director Kenny Ortega and legendary choreographer Jamal Sims on Disneys Descendants 3 and Tony Testa on Disney’s Descendants 2 Original Movie which lead to exclusive interviews with Disney Channel, J-14 Magazine, and Teen Vogue. Music videos from the film where Kristie was featured has generated over 140,000,000 views on each video through Youtube platform. Other recent credits include Missy Ds Music Video “XX” and recent commercials for Toyotas Paralympic Campaign featuring 6X Gold Medalist Lauren Woodcraft.

On the other side of film and television, Kristie also works as a Physical Disability Consultant. Working 1-1 with actors who are portraying a physically disabled character, bringing honesty and connection between the actor and character. Coaching both mentally and physically from insights on the mental process of an amputee and learning how to explore and conquer the physical aspect of working with prosthetics and the special affects teams in the process. Kristie recently spent 5 months on the production of Sacred Lies coaching actress Elena Kampouris on portraying a double amputee where the character lost both of her hands. Kristie's work has now been printed online in articles for The Emmys, Entertainment Weekly, Seat42D, Starry Magazine and multiple interviews from Comic Con 2018.

Other stage credits include: Vancouver’s Spring Show, where Kristie received acknowledgment from The Province Of British Columbia for her powerful and inspiring role in the show as the featured soloist and choreographer of the 2017 Production. Opportunities following the performance lead to traveling on full scholarship across the globe to train at the Internationally Renowned Institution of Higher Education of Dance in China, The Beijing Dance Academy.


“Working with Kristie is inspiring! Her genuine positivity and determination has a powerful presence. Kristie will accept any challenge and takes nothing for granted.…that’s what I love about her most!”

- Roberta Berman