Kristina Wolfe is a composer, wanderer, electronic musician, maker, and multi-instrumentalist. She is of Danish and American heritage, and spent many of her formative years wandering through the forests listening to the sounds of space and place.

Kristina Wolfe is currently a composer and Marie Skłodowska-Curie scholar currently working in sound archaeology exhibition and composition at the University of Huddersfield.  Her work has been performed at the MATA, Bang-On-A-Can, and Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festivals.  She will be a 2019 Composer-in-residence at the Mizzou International Composers Festival. She currently spends her leisure time hiking, fieldwalking, and field recording.  In doing so, she hopes to gain a deep respect for history, to capture the resonance of objects from the past, and to develop an understanding of time. She is a Deep Listening certificate holder and active new music community member.