As a member of a family of artists, the art bug bit Christine early on. She went on to study art in college and graduated from Connecticut College in 2007 with a bachelor of fine arts degree and a certificate in museum studies. In 2008 she created her blog N'East Style where she shared her drawings, which introduced her to a lot of her future clients (many of whom she still works with today). She currently resides in Vermont and is accepting commercial and personal commissions.

CLIENTS INCLUDE:

goop, Family Circle, Down East Magazine, Terrapin Engravers and Stationers, Club Monaco, Tory Burch, Huckberry, Kaufmann Mercantile, Collective Quarterly, FLAUNT Magazine, powerHouse Books, Well Spent, Starwood Hotels, Topo Designs, Basil Hayden's, Wolverine and more.

PROCESS: I always start my work with a pencil and paper. I start with a rough sketch and will continue to refine with pencil before reaching for my Micron pens. When the piece calls for it, I’ll add color digitally or with watercolors.

SELECTED PRESS:

Design Talk at Somerville Public Library

Boston Globe: 2013's 25 Most Stylish Bostonians

Boston Magazine: Q&A with Christine Mitchell

Cool Material: 8 Holiday Cards You’ll Actually Want To Send

Apartment Therapy: Apartment Tour

Sperry: Style Profile

Secret Forts: The Fall Three