graduated from Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama specialising in educative Theatre then completing her training in Advanced Voice Studies at Central School of Speech and Drama. As Head of Voice for the BA and MA programmes Chris strives for vocal excellence.
She has worked as vocal coach on numerous shows including the West end production of Mamma Mia!, and has taught at many leading drama schools. Chris has increased her department to cover the world of voiceovers and radio at GSA, winning the BBC Carlton Hobbs competition in 2011. She has coached in Norway and Geneva for the World Economic Forum and Global Fellowship, and was communications examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons. Chris has published articles for VASTA and the BVA and her research as Course Leader on GSA's ground breaking MA Practice of Voice and Singing course, has led to a wider readership in the training of the singing and spoken voice.