Catherine produced Seasons 1, 2, 3, & 4 of Escape the Night for YouTube Originals starring Joey Graceffa, the hour special also for YouTube Originals Band Together with Logic and season 1 of Ms. T’s Music Factory for Lifetime. She's sold and developed a number of shows for BGM at various stages of development, casting, presentations, and pilots for networks like NBC, BET, POP, E!, Bravo, GSN, A&E, Fullscreen, & YouTube Originals.
Before joining BGM in 2013 as the first development hire, Catherine was a Development Associate for Ellen Rakieten (Executive Producer for The Oprah Winfrey Show) & Tom Forman (Executive Producer for Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, The Great Food Truck Race, & Catfish: The TV Show) at Ellen Rakieten Entertainment, a division of RELATIVITY TELEVISION (now Critical Content). During her time at Relativity, she helped develop shows like the Emmy Award winning, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen (Food Network), Hollywood Girls Night (TV Guide), Hideous Houses (A&E), Teen Trouble (Lifetime), Celebrity Dish (Food Network) & Pretty Wicked Moms (Lifetime).
Catherine started her career in talent management at The Collective Management Firm (now Studio71) in Beverly Hills. She was an executive assistant to a leading talent manager and handled day to day scheduling for clients like Michael Kenneth Williams, Margarita Levieva, Wilmer Valderrama, Eliza Dushku, June Diane Raphael, Cat Deeley, and Katherine Waterston.
Catherine holds a B.A. in Cinematic Arts & Communication from the University of Southern California.