Cristina Piemonte is an Italian director based in Los Angeles, California. Born and raised in Udine, Italy, Cristina first began her career in entertainment as a professional dancer. At 14 years old, she was selected for a national musical and afterwards danced within a company for six years before being selected for a television show. In 2007, Cristina moved to NYC and quickly established herself as a successful dancer and choreographer, performing and choreographing on tours, music videos, commercials, television and film. Cristina has worked with well known music artists like Ne-yo, Pitbull, Marc Anthony, T Pain, Pharrel Williams, EVE, Daft Punk and Jason Derulo to name a few. She has also worked on huge productions such as the critically acclaimed film "LA LA Land", the blockbuster “Let Me Explain" starring Kevin Hart, and shows like Cirque Du Soleil, So You Think You Can Dance, The Victoria Secret Fashion Show to name a few.

While pursuing her dancing career, Cristina followed the film industry very closely and studied many aspects of this field, from cinematography, directing, producing to editing. Cristina has quickly shown a true talent for bringing concepts and scripts to life. Through her dedication and tireless work, she has demonstrated that she is capable of delivering superb productions world-wide in commercials, music videos, films and documentaries. In 2012 she moved to Los Angeles where she continues to rise with determination on her goals as a director and producer. Some of her clients include Paula Abdul, Boyz II Men, Evander Holyfield, Paris Hilton, Macy Gray, Cirque Du Soleil, Natalie La Rose, The Today Show/NBC, Hollywood Access, BMW, Footlocker to name a few.


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