Cry Out to the Night
Kristin began singing from the age of four years old, but proceeded to pursue athletics instead. She played softball during elementary school and then took up cheerleading in middle school. Cheerleading continued through her freshman year in high school where she was a member of both the Junior Varsity football cheerleading squad and the Varsity competition squad. Becoming extremely disenchanted with the affair, she decided to tryout for the volleyball team. She was a member of the Varsity team during her sophomore, junior, and senior year. Over those three years, she received honorable mention (sophomore), first team all-county (junior, senior), team MVP (junior, senior), player of the year (senior), and was a member of the Georgia All-Star volleyball team (senior). While in between high school seasons, she participated in the Junior Olympic Volleyball program. Her senior year ended with the reception of a volleyball scholarship to Valdosta State University. She started as a defense specialist her freshman year. After the 2001 season, she moved back to Atlanta and began working full-time. In July of 2002, she decided to pick up the guitar. In August, she went to Georgia Southern University and played volleyball there for two years. Getting no where with her music, she decided to move back to Atlanta and try to do something there. Once she got back, she started playing at local open mic venues and began to receive offers for shows. In 2005, she played her first solo show and has been playing frequently since then. Over the years, she has written several songs and in November of 2005, decided to professionally record a few of them. Kristin wrote, composed, and produced the album. After almost a year, the project was finally completed and released under the title 'Cry Out to the Night'.