Cat Tyc’s first music video premiered on MTVu in 2009 and was voted “Best Video of the Week” and nominated for “Best of the Year”. The video was added to the rotation on LOGO’s NewNowNext as well as MTVu. In 2006, she was a fellow at the Flaherty Seminar “Creative Demolition: Reconstructing Culture through Innovations in Film & Video” at Vassar College. In 2009, she adapted, directed, produced and edited her first short narrative “Umbrella” that has gone on to screen in galleries & festivals in Seattle, Portland ,NYC, Berlin and London. It will screen in a group show called "Whistling in the Dark" in Melbourne, Australia in 2012. In 2008, XLR8R magazine wrote about her work in a article about the Portland video art scene, “ Tyc’s visual depiction of “seeing” sound moves into a realm far deeper than music video, becoming something closer to abstract illusionism.’ Catherine lives in Brooklyn, NY and wears many hats as a freelancer for TV One's "Life After" and LOGO's "Be Good Johnny Weir" while developing a documentary project about style and exchange and adapting a feature length script she wrote for the stage.