Cristina Braga is a designer graduated in Communication Design (Graphic Art) and Master in Image Design from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto (FBAUP).
As part of the master's degree she developed a research project on the Image of Collective Authorship, having applied a photographic experience to a concrete spatial context: the Bolhão Market. She worked with market traders from the perspective of Image Design, in order to test the concept of Authorship.
Earlier in her career, she worked as a photography and video highschool teacher well as an editorial designer at a school book publisher. From 2015 to 2018 she worked as video and stopmotion animation teacher for the FBAUP Continuing Education Programme.
Since 2018 she has been working as a Communication Designer at the United Nations University (EGOV), where she is responsible for all the institution's graphic work, social media management, video and photography, and where she has been part of the organizing committee of ICEGOV (International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance).
In 2021, she was part of the technical team for filming and editing the MIL MOOC for Government Officials and Policy Makers, created in partnership with UNESCO. Since 2021 she works as Invited Assistant at the Faculty of Fine Arts of University of Porto. At the same time, she has developed several artistic works in the field of photography, design and visual ethnography.