Catherine Jacobs is a multi-media creative professional based in Houston, TX.
Catherine's photography work dates back to 2012 when she began taking photos of friends and musicians in Los Angeles, CA. She has since photographed international artists such as Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Imagine Dragons, and Gary Clark Jr., and hometown heroes The Suffers, Sugar Joiko, and Stephanie Rice.
Catherine expanded her photography business in 2015, and is experienced and available for hire to photograph both large and small scale events, BTS (re: “behind the scenes”) and on set work, family and lifestyle portraits, and fine art.
Working in film production both on- and off-camera has been a passion of Catherine’s since she was a child. She began her professional career in film in 2011 with an internship as a script reader for Los Angeles based company Preferred Content, and continued in 2012 with a position as an ephemera research intern on Crossfire Hurricane, an HBO documentary for the 50th anniversary of the band The Rolling Stones by Tremolo Productions.
Since relocating to Houston, she has explored on-set work as a production assistant and on set photographer. Her credits have grown to include work on commercial, music video, reality television, documentary television, independent feature film, and corporate projects.
After good fortune placed her on a Fox TV Pilot with her collegiate a capella group, Catherine decided to pick up her formal acting training again. She currently studies at Kim Tobin Acting Studio. Recent credits include Woman in the short film, “Mia Culpa,” Bree in the short film, “How To Date In The 21st Century,” and Allie in the independent feature film, Sandbox.
Catherine loves to sing, whether at home with friends or around Houston at open mics. She recently performed with guitarist Zach Crawford at The House Of Blues Houston,where she used to work as a cocktail waitress. She is also honored to occasionally volunteer as a worship singer at First Presbyterian Church.
At the moment, Catherine's writing is confined to the pages of her journal. She hopes to continue to develop her work and to one day be published. In the mean time, certain excerpts can be found on her blog.