Christelle was born in Arizona and spent her younger years outside fascinated with the Sonoran Desert wildlife. She moved to Oregon in high school and fell in love with the lush forests and abundance of outdoor activities.
For most of her life, Christelle has had a passion for photography and videography. In 2021, she graduated from the University of Oregon with degrees in Journalism and Environmental Studies. She hopes to use media to help promote environmental activism, regenerative agriculture, and a sustainable ecosystem.
She moved to Ashland in 2022 and is now doing the marketing for Willow-Witt Ranch, The Crest, and The Forest Conservation Burial Ground.
The Crest interests Christelle because she believes that it is important for people to have the opportunity to learn about and connect with the land that we live on.
Outside of work, she loves to spend time doing outdoor activities including hiking, snowboarding, rock climbing, surfing, and gardening. She is also currently working on a documentary about the Native American Modoc War.