14 Minutes with Caitlin Sullivan
Photographing the Artists of the Satori Group 8 of 15
Photography and Q&A by LaRae Lobdell
Guest blogger Cassandra Bell
“‘reWilding‘ director, Caitlin Sullivan, has a heart of gold. From the first moment we met to discuss shooting the photography campaign for the Satori Group, to her photo shoot at the Inscape Arts Building, to opening night, Caitlin has the most generous spirit that fills any room with warmth and kindness.” ~ LaRae Lobdell
Known as the woman behind the cohesive joining of genius and madness, Caitlin Sullivan is a powerhouse. As the director and art director for The Satori Group, Caitlin is responsible for making sure that things never get too normal- and that they get done! She is engaging, poignant and a wonderful woman to get to work with.
Go see her hard work embodied in Satori’s newest feature, reWilding and get to know her better below!
Get to Know Caitlin Sullivan!
PS: Who or what inspires you the most in your personal life? And in your professional life?
CS: My mom is the strongest, kindest, most generous person I know. She is a true hero, and a constant inspiration.
Professionally: George Saunders, Anne Kauffman, any and everything written by James Baldwin, and my Satori Group family.
PS: Name one play or musical that you would like to direct in your life?
CS: I love working closely with playwrights. In recent years, I have had the pleasure of collaborating with Martyna Majok, Neil Ferron, Mallery Avidon, and Spike Friedman, and I am dying to direct more works with their words in them.
PS: What kind of people do you surround yourself with?
CS: People who are creative, curious, and kind. Rabid consumers of culture. Folks with fire behind their eyes. People who make me laugh.
PS: What’s next on your horizon?
CS: Assisting John Langs on NCTC’s production of The Trial, and developing The Land is Always Known for the NW New Works Festival.
Go see Caitlin’s work in “reWilding”!
Go see “reWilding by Martyna Majok at the Satori Group in Seattle, March 1-17, 2013.