Kaitlyn is a rare breed – one of those organized and detail-oriented personalities who also happens to be creative. She excels at creating compelling visuals, set designs, and content concepts but will also manage and orchestrate the logistics of an event seemingly effortlessly. Kaitlyn studied at UMBC where she received her degree in Financial Economics and Media & Communication Studies. While in school, she jumpstarted her career by interning with event professionals and simultaneously working on school events - planning sorority formals, philanthropic fundraisers, and playing club volleyball. Being a born and bred Marylander, she also made time to avidly attend Orioles games (saying she’s an O’s fan is an understatement).
Throughout her professional career Kaitlyn has mastered many facets of the events industry, working for wedding coordinators, entertainment companies, and meeting planning/logistics firms alike. With that wide variety of knowledge and experience, she brings a unique skillset to the TalkingTree table. Artistic and analytical by nature, Kaitlyn embodies the strategic creative mentality. Her left brain and right brain work in tandem to design, coordinate and deliver everything from short promo videos to full scale event productions. A TTC team member for over 5 years, Kaitlyn has made her way from Production Coordinator to a Producer.
During work hours you can find her on set, on site, or at her desk designing, directing, and engineering each outstanding element. But once the work is done she leaves her planning hat (but not her design hat) behind and welcomes the impromptu adventures of life. After work and on the weekends you can find her creating original decor for her new home, hiking a wooded trail with her German Shepherd Sofie, biking anywhere and everywhere when the sun is shining, paddle boarding through a hidden channel, expanding her palette at the latest restaurants, and traveling every chance she gets. The busier the better, you can always trust you are in good hands with this work hard play hard member of the family.