Christina Boyle is a British journalist living in New York City. She has covered the biggest news stories nationally and internationally from Hurricane Sandy and the Occupy Wall Street protests to the papal conclave in Rome and the Haitian earthquake. She is currently writing her first book: a biography of New York's Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the most prominent Catholic in the United States.
Christina spent seven years working as a staff writer at the New York Daily News reporting on crime, courts, politics and an array of general assignment stories. Her work contributed to the paper winning the Deadline Club and Society of the Silurians spot news awards in 2010 for the landing of US Airways flight 1549 on the Hudson River. She was also part of the team that won the New York Press Club's spot news prize for the Upper East Side crane disaster in 2009.
Prior to moving to New York, Christina was a reporter at the London Evening Standard where she covered the 2005 London bombings. She was also a staff writer at the Islington Gazette, a weekly paid-for local paper in north London.