Born in Calgary, Christahh became captivated by the art of dance at a young age. She has studied a variety of dance styles and is the recipient of scholarships from the Edmonton School of Ballet. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Dance Program at the University of Calgary with a focus on choreography and performance where she choreographed Indomitable Spirit (2016) and Essence of Humanity (2015). In addition, Christahh has created for the Woezo Africa show Unganisha (2020), dance films Someone. and Real People (2021) for the NextGen Dance Film Festival.
Christahh has had the privilege of working with a number of artists including music videos and concerts with Hayden McHugh (2021, 2020), Yung Dre, opening for Juice Wrld (2019) Big Sean and Fetty Wap (2017), Sabrina Naz at the Obsidian Awards (2016), Deanne Walsh in Ciclo De La Vida (2016), as well as dancing in Suite of Dreams (2014) originally choreographed by Hannah Stillwell. In the summer of 2015, she was an intern with OYO (Ombetja Yehinga Organisation) dance troupe in Windhoek, Namibia where she contributed in the creation of Ania. She has completed two years of the professional training program at Decidedly Jazz Danceworks and dances with a local hip-hop crew, The Tomorrows. Christahh is also the Director and Founder of Dance YYC Community Outreach and Engagement Initiative (www.danceyyc.ca), an online platform providing free organized promotion for the Calgary dance community. Some accomplishments with this initiative includes the development of the Dance YYC Showcase, a fundraiser, developed the Dance YYC Mobile app and participated on the panel for ‘Discover: Life as a Dancer’ at the Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity.