Whilst studying Music Industry Management at BIMM Bristol, Caitlin met the wonderful Silv Gargiulo who thought a placement in PR might suit her. After an internship with the lovely ladies at Halestorm PR, she graduated and moved to London to join Think Social PR, working with Rat Boy and Nina Nesbitt, before landing a role at the prestigious Outside Organisation.
Joining The Outside Organisation shortly before the first lockdown, Caitlin led her first campaign for Mongolian rock band The HU. She then took on some acts a bit closer to home, and within her first year in the role, she put on the UK’s first major press conference since the pandemic began, announcing the original Damned line-up tour at an event at London’s Roundhouse.
Now, nearly three years later, Caitlin works on publicity campaigns for some of the UK’s best festivals, biggest names and star-studded award shows. She’s part of the team behind BST Hyde Park, All Points East, Y-Not Festival and the MOBO Awards, and works with leading film distributor Trafalgar Releasing on many of their music film projects across the UK, Germany and Australia. She also led her first Top 5 album campaign with The Stranglers’ 2021 record Dark Matters.
Her highlights from her career so far include working on the David Bowie 75 shop opening in London, which gave her the opportunity to meet the incredible music producer Tony Visconti and representing The Outside Organisation on a press trip in Madrid with The Rolling Stones, promoting their 2022 BST Hyde Park shows. Caitlin also worked on the Teenage Cancer Trust shows at The Royal Albert Hall in 2022, a week of concerts raising money for a wonderful charity that’s close to her heart.