Kathleen is a live sound engineer and A/V technician from Los Angeles.
Music has been a part of Kathleen’s life from the very beginning. She played classical violin throughout her childhood, eventually attending San Francisco Conservatory of Music and branching out to contemporary styles at Berklee School of Music. There, Kathleen discovered her true calling: audio engineering. She graduated in 2017 from Berklee with a Bachelor in Music, with focus in audio engineering and jazz violin performance.
Since then, Kathleen has worked in recording studios, post-production, game audio, and live events. She also holds a deep passion for bringing communities together with music, and led non-profit music outreach programs in the United States. Since meeting fellow crewmember Maya at a female:pressure event in 2018, Kathleen has been working with Soundsysters to provide hands-on learning opportunities for FLTI* people in sound, and empower underrepresented communities through her work. Currently, she is happily based in Berlin as a freelance A/V technician, and sometimes tours as a sound/lighting engineer.