Christine Rho was born and raised in Los Angeles, the inspiration for much of her writing. She briefly lived in Korea as a child, attending school before moving back to Los Angeles where she completed the rest of her primary education. She won a Screenwriting fellowship for a short story submitted during high school and continued her path towards writing and film by attending UCLA School of Film and Television. There, she was awarded a scholarship from the MPAA for a short film project. After graduating, Christine started working in various production companies, eventually writing and producing an independent feature film, The Iron Man (2006). She has since written three more screenplays for the same company. During that time, Christine began her first novel, The Space In Between. An excerpt from the novel, "A Photo" has appeared in the quarterly digest, The Amor Fati. She has also been published on Rumble Magazine, The Scrambler, PunkSoulPoet, and The Adroit Journal.