Fascinated by the arts from an early age, Caitlin Millay Krapf learned to walk at the Milwaukee Art Museum. After seeing Blue Velvet in high school, she decided to turn her artistic pursuits to film. Since that time she has been implementing both her creative and organizational talents on projects ranging from narratives to documentaries, shorts to features.
While pursuing her BA at Yale University, Taylor acted as president of UPix, the film production company on campus. Her short film, Milk, was a finalist at the Ivy League Film Festival. In her spare time, Krapf interned for Michael Moore on his film, Bowling for Columbine, and worked with Marion Lipschutz and Rose Rosenblatt on their documentary, The Education of Shelby Knox, which won the award for Best Cinematography at Sundance.
Krapf recently graduated from USC’s Graduate School of Cinematic Arts with an MFA in film production. During her time at USC she DPed both a narrative and documentary thesis, and took the role of producer on three additional thesis films. Krapf currently works as an associate producer at the Foundation for Documentary Projects.