Hailing from a small town country in Victoria, Australia, from a young age Catherine knew she connected with all things creative, particularly developing an insatiable appetite for performance. She went on to study & practice her craft and work in the industry appearing in many film, theatre & fashion projects throughout Australia, Asia and Europe. At the age of 14, Catherine was chosen to undertake her high school work experience at the Melbourne Theatre Company on the production, Scarlett O Hara in the Crimson Parrot directed by Simon Phillips and starring Australian actor Caroline O Conner. It was from this experience she made the discovery, that her purpose as a self and artist were the very same. Profoundly fascinated by humanity, she wanted to creatively discover what it meant to be human and thrived off the fact that performance could move, challenge and inspire others in their life. During her high school years, she sought any opportunity available to her which saw her take on the role of a technical trainee at the Hothouse Theatre in Albury and finally at 17 she was accepted into the University of Ballarat where she went on to study her Bachelor of Arts in Acting and minor in English Literature. After university she went on to live and work in asia, & Melbourne involving herself in as many acting projects as possible.Some of her achievements were appearing as a lead in Jerome Rault’s Australian short film 'Who's that girl' and working with Renault Cars on a video with renown race car driver Daniel Riccardo. Upon reflection of her time at university, having been given the opportunity to play and embody different voices, accents and movements of a vast range of theatrical characters such as Shakespeare's drunken Stephano in The Tempest, stubborn Cynthia from Arnold Wesker’s play The Kitchen, undeniably perfect Grace from Australian playwright Brendan Cowells play Morph & Chekhov's Masha from The three sisters, she then decided she wanted to follow some of these great works to their place of origin which saw her working in London for 2 years. During her time in the UK some highlights was working on the Star Wars Rogue One film and a music video for 'Years and Years'. Upon returning to Australia, Catherine has worked on productions such as Odd Souls Music video ‘Caller’ and starred as a supporting lead in Tim Hughes short film, ‘Alomas’, TVCs and more. Hardworking, and a dedicated actor, presenter and voiceover artist her distinctive and unique selling point is her English rose/Meditarreanean look and her strong vocals in UK, RP, New York & Southern American accent.