Book Christine McConnell

Baker & Author; Best Known for her Halloween-inspired DIY Projects

More Details

Book Christine McConnell for your event

Connect with us for details. No obligation.

Christine McConnell Bio

Christine McConnell is a baker, cookbook author, photographer and media personality known for creating disturbing dessert art that incorporates macabre, gothic, and humorous elements.The self-taught dessert artist began her career by posting her creations to social media, and went on to publish Deceptive Desserts: A Lady’s Guide to Baking Bad in 2016. In 2018, she conceptualized, wrote, and starred in a six-part Netflix Halloween special, The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell, a collaboration with Henson Alternative, a division of the Jim Henson Company.Her life long fascination with aesthetics inspired her to cultivate many talents which ultimately led her to photography. She personally styles all models for her shoots as well as creates many of the clothes seen throughout this site. Her photo’s have been displayed in magazines, billboards and national advertising campaigns.Christine moonlights as a stylist at the renowned Cal Martini Color Group in Beverly Hills. She’s worked on celebrities for events and film and is able to replicate hair and makeup styles from any era.Contact a speaker booking agent to check availability on Christine McConnell and other top speakers and celebrities.

Why choose Athena Speakers?

Booking a speaker for your event doesn't have to be hard...
let us do the hard work and make you look good.

Book any speaker

We have a proprietary database of over 300,000 event speakers. We can book anyone pending availability.

Experienced agents

Communicate with your agent on your terms via email, text, or phone. With our connections, we'll find a great speaker.

Easy Process

We'll talk to you about your needs and budget and we will work hard finding you the perfect speaker for your event.

Price is right

You will pay the best price. Our fees never come out of your budget, they come from the speaker.