Caitlin has a youthful, bubbly quality to her voice. High energy and full of character.
Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Caitlin moved to New York City to pursue her theatrical training at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. She has a BFA in Drama and studied musical theatre at CAP21.
Caitlin has been working in voice over since 2009. She got started in VO while living in Tokyo, Japan. Caitlin toured Japan with Disney's World of English and World Family Club as a performer and a puppeteer.
Caitlin has had the distinguished honor to premier new work from Alan Menken and Sir Tim Rice through their charitable efforts for the Shine On! Foundation in Japan.
As an audiobook narrator, Caitlin has won Earphones from Audiofile Magazine and a 2018 Audie Award nomination for her work on New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson. Caitlin has worked with Hachette Audio, Brilliance Audio, Harper Audio, and Tantor Audio. She has accent proficiency in Standard American, American (Southern, NY), British RP, British (London, Bristol), Irish, French, and Russian. Caitlin is conversational in Japanese and has studied Spanish and French.
Caitlin can be heard on ads for McDonald's, Lion, Seiyu Department Stores (owned by WalMart), Bennesse, NHK and Asahi Productions Heroes: Legends of the Battle Discs as "Mascot." Caitlin was the principle voice of "Sho-kun" in NHK's Kiso Eigo 1 in 2012. She has worked extensively in animation for children and children's education working in 2011 on the National English program for grades 4 & 5 for the Japanese Government and the Minister of Education. Caitlin currently voices for TIME Magazine, TIME for Kids, and smashd.co, and Forbes.com.
Caitlin works from her home studio in Tokyo, Japan.