Appearing in the Oscar-nominated film Gone Girl, and nominated for a Maverick Movie Award for best-supporting actress for her role in the feature film Badsville, directed by April Mullen, Kate is also an international vocalist and recording artist. Her music events clients include: The Academy Awards, The Emmy Awards, HBO, Warner Bros, The Getty Center, Universal, and Disney. She has also worked with Robby Krieger of The Doors and Jeff Goldblum and his Mildred Snitzer Orchestra.
Splitting her time between Toronto and Los Angeles, Kate is also a passionate writer who has spent over a decade researching and interviewing women pilots who served in WWII, inspired by her grandmother who was a Canadian pilot. Kate wrote and directed her first short dramatic film about the Women Airforce Service Pilots entitled Boundless, produced by her company S.H.E Lifts Off Films, along with Buck Productions, Rolling Pictures Inc and Clark Stanley in Sept. 2019. Filmed at the Guelph Airfield and surrounding area, the short included 60 extras, 40 crew members, 11 cast members and flying warplanes. Canadian broadcast icon, Dini Petty, plays a leading role in the film. The film is finishing post-production and is set to make the festival rounds in 2021. The Boundless project is also in writing development to become a narrative miniseries.
Kate is also in development with a documentary that focuses on the invisibility of women in the military, the effects of abuse and trauma that many women in service face, as well as the effects of art therapy for veterans. Kate is also attached to direct her first feature film, a psychological thriller, produced by Filmcoop in Canada.
Kate is also a student pilot member of the Coachella Valley chapter of the Ninety-Nines Women’s Flying Org.