Christina wanted to become a diplomat. So she studied law and economics (and Chinese). For that reason she also did an internship at the German embassy of Nepal and later - during her legal clerkship - worked for the Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations - New York. Where she learned that there is nothing more boring than politics and no one less his own boss than a dipolmat. She dropped that carreer plan. Being a lawyer, she did what lawyers do: work for an big international law firm in M&A (Mergers and Acquisitions) and IPOs in Frankfurt a.M. in Germany. After a couple of years she decided that the job is cool, but not really what she wanted. Looking for her creative side she switched to filmmaking which eventually lead her to game design. She helped built up a studies course for mobile interactive products and sold her first game designs. Which eventually led her to found Thoughtfish.
She always loved computers & games, even as a kid. So when her parents moved for the first time, she and her sister got a wish fulfilled, her sister wished for a hamster. Her wish was a C64.