Christine Brower exudes creativity and radiates a positive energy. With her talent, charm and winning smile, she easily develops solid relationships with her clients, colleagues and vendors. This ability allows her to relate to her clients needs, and have a greater understanding of their vision, goals, and objectives for their event. Often accused of being a perfectionist, Christine directs her passion for perfection into everything she does from event logistics to design. She is obsessed with details and believes that the details are what set apart ordinary events from extraordinary events.

Christine has had a love of art and design since childhood. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York to a talented family who all have a flair for creativity, she was introduced to the arts by her mother, who taught her how to paint, sketch and sew. Christine carried those skills throughout her adulthood, leading her to win awards, art contests and scholarships. She attended courses in theatrical design, lighting, scenic and set design at New York University’s Tisch School of Arts.

From there Christine worked in the field of photography for ten years. After leaving her photography career, she spent the next six years working as a Legal Secretary, then Executive Assistant at a New York City Hospital. Planning the events and implementing a highly successful Team Building Program within her department, Christine’s love of all things artistic was once again sparked. She decided her true passion in life was to create, innovate, and design events. A huge believer in the importance of education, she returned to New York University, achieving a Professional Certificate in Meeting, Conference & Special Events Management.

Never afraid to take a risk, Christine began her own event production & design company to much success. She is the President & CEO of C. Brower & Co Creative Events and is well respected amongst her peers, winning numerous awards for her events and leadership skills. Christine has received rave reviews for her seminar at the 2008 International Special Events Society Northeast Regional Education Conference, “The Art of Smoke & Mirrors: Design & Décor on a Tight Budget”, and is currently writing a book about design based on her hit class.

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