Caitlyn graduated in 2006 from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and continues to be involved at MassArt. She has taken workshops with Hayne Bayless, Chris Gustin, Bryan McGrath, Doug Casebeer, Maureen Mills, and Jeremy Randall; and she also attended NCECA Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Phoenix, Philadelphia, Seattle, and Providence. Caitlyn had an opportunity to work one season at LaCoste Gallery; and has instructed a ceramic workshop at the Boston Children’s Museum with Stephanie Themelese, as well as worked with many summer camp clay programs at other art organizations.
Since 2007, Caitlyn manages the clay studio at The Umbrella Community Arts Center in Concord, MA, where she hosts their annual Empty Bowls Project every Fall (1st Thursday in November). Hundreds of clay bowls are made for the event, and the community is invited to enjoy a free meal in one of the "keepsake" bowls in exchange for a donation to the local food pantry, Open Table of Concord. She has taught multiple classes for all ages, including advanced summer intensives and drop-in quick workshops. Caitlyn maintains a studio at The Umbrella, where she fires the gas and electric kilns for the clay program in addition to her own work.In June 2016, Caitlyn was awarded a JUROR's PRIZE at Lexington Arts & Crafts Society from State of Clay Juror Wayne Higby .