Kristi Fullerton is a musician and composer, originally from Western Montana. She composes both acoustic and electroacoustic music, focusing much of her study on the ways these two disciplines create particular atmospheres in which her audiences can exist and explore. While studying at Concordia College in Moorhead Minnesota, Ms. Fullerton worked extensively with composition faculty Daniel Breedon and Steven Makela. She graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2014 with a Bachelor of Music degree in theory and composition. Ms. Fullerton is currently pursuing a Master of Music in composition at Bowling Green State University where she studies with composers Marilyn Shrude and Mikel Kuehn. Recent performances of her work include Come and See at the 2014 electroacoustic music conference, Threshold, The Blue Bird at the 2015 Marjorie Conrad Art Song Competition, and a reading of her string quartet, "After the event the rockslide realized…" by the Toledo Symphony Orchestra String Quartet.