A graduate of Pratt Institute’s photography course in Brooklyn, New York, Cait’s work has taken her all over the world. Working across editorial and commercial work, these days she counts the likes of Nike, Wired and TIME magazine as clients.
Cait’s photographs, rich with colour and intrigue, showcase a range of subjects, including sports stars, athletes and strange subcultures. And in the past, Cait has photographed everything from the world’s most expensive cars and the Westminster Dog Show (“so much fun, and so weird”) to Nike’s attempt to break the two-hour marathon record in Kenya and later, Milan.
But on top of this, Cait also avidly pursues a healthy roster of personal work. In fact, it was a personal project documenting the US Women’s National football team in 2015 that helped land her more sports-related commercial projects. Because of this, Cait feels it’s key to create the kind of work you want to be commissioned for: “If you want to get hired to shoot something, start shooting it yourself. Don’t wait around for that thing to come to you.”