Kristina Harrison grew up in Dayton, Ohio and studied Drama at the The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.  She is an actor and a street photographer.

She began her photographic travels in earnest three years ago. Since then, Her work has been published by The LA TIMES, Virtual Artists Collective, 3Elements Literary Review and Montana Mouthful.  Her photograph Jesus Saves, was part of a group exhibit in 2016 at the Columbus Museum of Art. As one of 20 finalists for FOCUS photo LA's 2016 Competition, her work was exhibited in Berlin during Art Week in September 2016, and subsequently exhibited in Los Angeles in January, 2017.  She has been twice-featured by the LensCulture editors in their 2016 and 2017 street photography competition gallery.  Her first solo exhibition, LIMBO LORE, was on display at at The Icon in Los Angeles from July 23 - August 31, 2016. Her images Crossing and Puddle were recently selected for Your Daily Photograph, curated by Daniel Miller.  Her work was shown in PORTAL, curated by Lori Vrba, a group exhibit that opened December 2, 2016 at the SE Center for Photography in South Carolina. Kristina represented Icon Gallery at the internationally renowned exposition Photo LA (January 2017) with recent work, including her installation piece, DISPATCHES FROM THE EDGE, comprised of 60 5”x 7” street shots.  On January 20, 2018, her work was part of LINES OF SIGHT, a group exhibit at Quixote Studios in West Hollywood, curated by Bonny Taylor.   Recently, Her photograph, Walking on Air, was selected by Michael Foley for the March 2019 exhibition, Black and White, at the SE Center for Photography in South Carolina.