Kathryn is an artist, creative, and entrepreneur from Vancouver, BC.
Kathryn's passion for writing, storytelling, and film started at a young age. Her varied experiences in business and arts led her back to acting as an adult when she signed with an agent in 2015. Kathryn has studied at studios such as JBA, Rogues West and AMAW, and collaborated with other independent filmmakers.
Offering a a unique mix of creativity, artistry and business acumen, Kathryn holds a Bachelor in Marketing Management and has a successful career in branding and advertising. She founded the marketing company Armature Collective in 2018 where she leads a team of creative freelancers. Kathryn also offers personal coaching services to select clients.
In late 2016 she co-wrote and produced Pepperman Production's "I Love Chinaski When He Writes About Death", which since has won "Best Screenplay" at the Moscow Shorts Festival in Russia.
Her 2018 short film, "Chasing Saudade" marks Kathryn's first foray into directing. As writer, producer and lead actress for a short that filmed in two countries, her first project was an ambitious one. "Chasing Saudade" was an Official Selection at three international festivals.
In 2020, Kathryn published her first book titled "No Poet. No Painter." featuring words and paintings inspired by loss, love, relationship, and life. It is available for purchase in both soft and hardcover.