About Cat

A “pragmatic creative,” Cat combines her degree in PR with a passion for aesthetics. She most often consults on marketing, writing, and graphic design projects, and is also a fierce advocate for gender equality in the video game industry. Her clients have included UCLA, Playdom, and the International Game Developers Association.



For stories behind new portfolio additions, project updates, occasional design tips, random musings, and other Cat-centric news, check out her blog.

Rates & Services

Rates & Services

Need an estimate for a writing gig? Planning your next design project? Want some marketing help? Learn more about Cat’s rates and services here. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, shoot her an email at

Contact Cat


Visit the Contact page to reach out to Cat regarding new projects, speaking engagements, or any questions you may have about graphic design, marketing, video games, or the universe.

Cat delivered some excellent graphic work that I needed to get my business rolling. I have gotten an incredible amount of mileage out of the services she provided — excellent return on investment. Cat was abundantly friendly and helpful. I have no hesitation recommending her to others.

Keith Fuller, Fuller Game Production

Cat is literally, without a doubt, the best person ever. That is not an exaggeration. It is scientific fact. She has been a role model for me and has been my main lifeline into the GameDev community. At IGDA, she was introduced to me as “an invaluable resource” of whom I was to seek approval. Her efforts are the backbone of the newsletter effort and she continues to be an integral part of that team, as a designer, moderator and coach. I would do terrible, terrible things for the opportunity to work with her. Luckily, I don’t have to.

Lux Lubrano, QA @ Microsoft

Cat is a tremendous professional and I was very blessed to have her talents at my disposal. From a design perspective she has an incredible eye for creating engaging and visually exciting materials that also easily convey meaning and content to the viewer. Her understanding of both print and digital media and the crossovers and obstacles of working with one or the other are invaluable and saved us a tremendous amount of time and money.

Joshua Caulfield, CEO AIAS

One of Cat’s nicknames is the ‘Princess of Awesome’ and that’s because she simply is awesome. She has been able to help me write marketing and web copy, create marketing materials, work on graphic and print design needs, and be a go to for delivering the right words in the right place at the right time. I rely on Cat and you should too!

Sheri Rubin, CEO/Founder Design Direct Deliver