Caitlin’s credits hail from all over the world such as Australia, USA, UK, India, Europe and Africa, and include a scope of Creative Directing, Choreography, Performance, Event Production, Hosting and Teaching.
Caitlin has worked with an extensive list of Artists, Celebrities, Brands, and has worked on Television Shows, Industrials, Live Shows, Movies and Music Videos.
Some of these esteemed names include - Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Glady’s Knight, T-Pain, Adele, La Toya Jackson, Raven Symone, Fifth Harmony, Michelle Williams, Seal, Joey Fatone, Daughtry, Donny Osmond, Kelly Osborne, Paulina Rubio, “Carlton” Alfonzo Remeiro, Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy, Neymar, Carl Lewis, Gabby Douglas, Russell Wilson, Serena Williams, Colin Kapernick, Bo Jackson and Michelle Obama just to name a few.
Brands such as Sony, Nike, Reebok, Adidas, Jay-Z, Stila, Nickelodeon, Buxom, Planet Fitness, Snapchat, In & Out, Miss USA and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines.
Caitlin's focus is now in the world of Creative Directing, Choreography and Event Production. Some of her credits include Assistant Director & Associate Choreographer for Cirque Du Soleil’s Vegas show “R.U.N”. Choreographer on Fox’s hit Tv show “The Masked Singer”, New Years Rockin Eve featuring Alfonso Ribeiro, “Unleashed” on Nickelodeon, Nike Forum Fashion Week New York, “Obsessed with the babysitter” premiering on Lifetime Movies, Ringling Bros Circus “Circus Extreme”, Nickelodeon Kids Sports Awards, Nike “Born Mercurial” London, Snap Chat Annual New Years Eve Gala, In & Out Annual Gala, Nike’s Strongest Plus one Brunch, India’s Rawstar, Nike Olympics Puerto Rico Live Show, Reebok Global Live Summits, So You Think You Can Dance (Australia/USA), Nike “Let’s Move” campaign with Michelle Obama, Miss World Tourism, Miss Angola, UNICEF, Westfield, Bachelor’s Ball, and Buxom.
Caitlin has worked for event companies such as Villa Eugenie, Now and Zen Productions, BLevine Productions, Jack Morton, Immersive Cult & Blueprint NYC. Caitlin was also featured as a Host on Lifetime's hit show “Dance Moms” and Jojo Siwa’s “Dance Revolution”.