She settled in Los Angeles and, in 1993, put out her eponymous debut, an effort that was largely autobiographical. Although the release was slotted for the adult contemporary market, Christy and Tony Peluso, her producer, drew from her techno inspirations, bands that included the Human League. The debut launched a pair of singles, "Steep" and "You Read Me Wrong." A contribution to the Bruce Willis film The Color of Night followed, showing up on both her debut and the movie's soundtrack. A song from Breed, her 1997 release, was included on Woman to Woman, Vol. 2, a CD sold to promote breast cancer awareness.
Two years later, she joined forces with Scott Spock and Graham Edwards to found The Matrix, a company devoted to the penning and production of songs for other artists. The Matrix wrote numbers for such artists as Sugarlips, Ronan Keating, and Christina Aguilera. Christy and her music are also featured in the film Seven Girlfriends, and she contributed to the movies 102 Dalmations, Free Enterprise, and Great Expectations. She also collaborated with Gary Clark on songs for Nicol Smith, S Club 7, and Vitamin C. Christy has one child, daughter Georgia Christy Edwards. ~ Linda Seida, Rovi