Midwest born and raised, Caitlin graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a B.A. in Film and African Studies. Afterwards, she embarked upon a 4-month backpacking and blogging trip through Kenya, South Africa, and Europe. When she came home, she was inspired... and broke. So she worked double shifts at a vodkatorium and lived in a turkey blind in her brother’s basement for nine months — just enough time to save barely enough money to move to New York City in the fall of 2012.
Caitlin interned at several NYC-based production companies, including Scott Rudin Productions and Gigantic Pictures. She served as an Associate Producer on the international co-production, SINS OF A FATHER; wrote and produced the short film, BLAME; and co-wrote MOMMY'S BOX, a dramatic feature that finished production in late 2014. Her historical drama pilot, ’57 CENTRAL, was shortlisted as a Top 5 finalist in the Fox Dramatic Script Call competition and was previously under development at LA-based production company, Echo Lake Productions.
One of Caitlin’s most recent projects includes collaborating with actress/writer Jessica Sherr to adapt her successful one-woman Bette Davis play, "Ain’t for Sissies", into the feature script, BETTE. So far in 2019, she has been a Semifinalist for the CineStory TV Fellowship, a Finalist in the Screencraft Comedy and Sci-Fi & Fantasy Screenplay Contests, and a Finalist for the 2019 Austin Film Festival with her mockumentary social satire, FITTER FAMILIES.
She made her directorial debut in March 2019 with the dark comedy
short film, WICKED IMAGE. She currently works at HBO in NYC.