is a New York-based writer, director, and producer. Her short films, Trapped Girl (2014), and Consommé (2015) have screened at festivals in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Tel Aviv, and have been featured in the Huffington Post, The Greek National Herald and The Hollywood Reporter. Consommé was licensed by AMC's Horror streaming site, Shudder, and toured theaters nationally with Nitehawk Selected Shorts and Europe with Final Girls Berlin Film Festival. Additionally, Consommé screened at MoMA in July 2018 as part of The Future of Film is Female series spotlighting female directors.
Catherine directed and co-produced the first four episodes of Monica West's award-winning mini-series, Best Thing You'll Ever Do (2016), which is now streaming on Amazon and Seed & Spark. The series won Best Short Drama at the Independent Television Festival in Vermont, and Best Web Series at Bushwick Film Festival, among other awards.
Catherine’s feature-length screenplay, Wild Cry Ha, made it to the final round of Sundance Screenwriting Labs in 2017. And this Spring, she became the first recipient of Nitehawk Cinema’s The Future of Film is Female grant to develop her short film, KAYA. a bi-coastal filmmaking collective, Catherine was selected to attend Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School in Munich, Germany in 2016, where she learned to pick locks.