Caitlyn is a filmmaker based in New York City.

She was awarded a Primetime Emmy and an American Cinema Editors Award for her editing on “The Jinx,” HBO’s highly acclaimed miniseries, directed by Andrew Jarecki and produced by Marc Smerling. The series was also awarded a Peabody Award and a Television Critics Association Award.

In 2012, she was awarded a Hearst Journalism Award for her documentary "Immortal" which tells the stories of five people refusing death. She was the editor and a cinematographer for the interactive web documentary “Coal: A Love Story,” which won a SXSW Interactive Award in 2012.

Other editorial credits include Kim A. Snyder's "Newtown" (Sundance 2016), Antonio Campos' "Christine" (Sundance 2016), and Jimmy Goldblum and Adam Weber's "Tomorrow We Disappear" (Tribeca 2014). She has also edited several short films, trailers, and commercials for brands such as New Balance, Olay, and Ford.

She is currently in post-production on a short narrative film she directed and produced about a perpetual August.