An autistic actor and artist born and raised in Arizona, Kaitlin graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2017 with a BA in Theatre Arts from California Lutheran University. While in school, she studied abroad at The University of Oxford in the Fall of 2015, where she dabbled in various subjects including Politics and the Arts, International Political Injustice, Shakespeare, and Global Studies.
After graduation, they went on to continue various theatre projects in addition to working at a small art gallery--where she helped with installations and selling artwork. She additionally became heavily involved in working with Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP), as well as became one of a handful of nationally chosen exemplary artists to attend the Artist as Citizen Conference at The Juilliard School in 2017. She was one of the founders of ASTEP's West Coast Chapter, and was additionally selected to be invited back to Juilliard to help revamp the Artist as Citizen Conference alongside other dedicated artists and activists in 2019.
Kaitlin's recent theatre credits include Miss Casewell in The Mousetrap at Spotlighters Theatre, Hero in Much Ado About Nothing at Spotlighters Theatre, Violet in A Wonderful Life at Tidewater Players, The Soothsayer in Julius Caesar at Kingsmen Shakespeare Company, Princess u/s in Love's Labour's Lost at Kingsmen Shakespeare Company, and Lady Anne in Richard III at Kingsmen Shakespeare Company.
She has built her visual art resume by being featured in various magazines and shows-- including several issues of Condé Nast's House & Garden: The Art Edit, as well as at the Lincoln Center in the Kenan Fellow's production "Can You Hear Us Now?".