Christine Norton is a humanist photographer. She combines years of work in international development with her interest in photography to focus on documentary photography and mixed media photography. Christine’s interest in capturing the emotion, and the complexity of everyday relationships and environments leads her to continually pursue evolving forms of expression in photography. She has a love for the master print and high quality of papers. She has received guidance from amazing mentors through workshops by National Geographic and Nikon Mentors. Her father Noel P. Norton, Sebastian Belaustegui, Robert Rodriguez Jr., Raul Touzon and Arthur Meyerson have been critics and teachers. Christine is a Director to the Board of the Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago since March 2022. She has had her work published by National Geographic Traveller (UK), The Circle Arts (France), Dodho Online Magazine (USA), World of Art Issue 8/Volume 2, 2019 and by UNICEF. She was the winner of the 2018 and 2017 Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago Prize in Photography, a winner of the PX3 Gold – People’s Choice Award – First Prize – Culture, 2015, PX3 Silver in the Book Series (Documentary), 2011, PX3 Bronze in the category in Press Nature Environmental, 2011. She has also received more than 7 Honorable Mentions between 2009 and 2017 in international photographic competitions. She was a participant at the 2019 Clio Art Fair in New York City. She exhibited selected pieces of her work on Varanasi, India at the ItsLiquid show at the Venice Biennale in Italy in 2019.. Christine held a solo show on 16-18 May 2019 at the 101 Gallery Art Gallery , Port of Spain, Trinidad, under the title: After Basquiat: Fragmented Imagery Mischievous Thoughts. Her work is also exhibited at Horizons Art Gallery and the Loftt Gallery in Trinidad and Tobago. In November 2020 she held a joint show with Jonathan Creese at entitled False Narratives – historicising colonial nostalgia. In 2022, she held a solo exhibition entitled Water & Spirit at Soft Box Gallery in Port-of-Spain. In 2023, she will take part in a joint Christmas Catlogue exhibition in which the short series Calling on Love will be exhibited.