Christina Heller is the CEO and Co-Founder of VR Playhouse, a creative studio and full service virtual reality production company. VRP’s interactive 360/CGI narrative, “The Surrogate,” was nominated for the Innovation Award at SXSW 2016.. She is on the board of Directors for SH//FT, a VR non-profit devoted to promoting diversity in virtual reality. Christina started at 88.9FM Boston, producing and hosting a weekly politics show which won Associated Press Awards for the two years under her leadership. She moved to television by producing, shooting, and hosting “My Voice”, another politics program broadcast into 9 million homes. She covered the 2008 presidential election for both MyTV New England and Al Gore’s Current TV, and was featured on Good Morning America as a commentator on the Millennial impact on politics. She directed and produced two feature documentaries, Libertopia and Reversing the Mississippi. Libertopia was featured on FOX Business, Huffington Post, and NHPR. Reversing The Mississippi premiered PBS’s “America Reframed” in April 2016. VR Playhouse was founded in July 2014.
VR Playhouse is a Los Angeles-based creative studio and full-service production company specializing in virtual and augmented reality. VR Playhouse provides production services for 360 and volumetric video, computer animation, and interactive content for VR and AR. Since founding in 2014 VR Playhouse has completed over 50 projects, some of which have been featured at SXSW, Sundance, and Cannes.