As well as being the music director at St. Francis, Caitlin sings with Vancouver’s Juno nominated musica intima, as well as the dynamic K Sisters.
Caitlin began her love affair with performing at age 7 when she began her studies in music, dance and acting at the Jennings Institute for Performing Artists where she earned her Performance Diploma. Since then, she has sung with ensembles such as the Vancouver Chamber Choir and Vancouver Cantata Singers, and has performed in cabarets for LANDE Productions and Pipe Dream Theatre.
She was the music director and an entertainer at the Capilano Suspension Bridge, was the music director for First Impressions Theatre's Nunsense, UBC Gilbert and Sullivan Society’s Iolanthe, and for Kitsilano Secondary’s production of The Wiz.
In May of 2010, Caitlin was awarded first place in Senior Speech Arts at the BC Provincial Performing Arts Festival, including the awards of Most Outstanding Performer in the Speech Arts Division and Best Canadian Performance in Senior Speech Arts.
Caitlin believes that music and performance can lift humanity to a more peaceful way of being and that artists have the ability to change the world.