Katrin is a multimedia producer, writer, and activist focused on human rights and conservation. She produces film (two Sundance Festival Official Selections), theater (five Tony Award nominations), radio, and podcasts, from science news to audio drama. Katrin has written for the BBC, The Daily Beast, and The Indypendent among others, and is an award-winning playwright. The daughter of two world travelers and adventurers, she bridges multiple nationalities and loves exploring—she has learned wilderness skills with some of the best survivalists on the planet, hunted with hunter-gatherers in Tanzania, run with the bulls in San Miguel, hiked the red heart of Australia, uncovered illegal detention centers in Cambodia, and organized internationally for migrant and worker rights. She currently lives between the Hudson Valley and Brooklyn, where she co-founded Brooklyn Soundstages. Katrin holds a BA from the Institute for Social Ecology, an MA from the University of Sussex, and an MSc from the London School of Economics. Currently she is enjoying work as a researcher at the American Museum of Natural History. She is an MFA candidate and recipient of the 2019 Felipe P. De Alba Fellowship at Columbia University.