Born and raised in the California Bay Area, Kaitlin Huwe is an actress, singer, and writer with an affinity for shape-shifting, traveling back in time, and offering songs and stories as medicine.
Kaitlin made her debut as an actor and singer at Sundance Film Festival The Nowhere Inn, directed by Bill Benz and starring Annie Clark (St. Vincent) and Carrie Brownstein. The film was also a selection of SXSW and Tribeca.
When she is not acting, or working on her poetry book, she writes music for live theater, film, and to stay sane. During the pandemic she explored her dark feminine side and created the apocalyptic pop project,HUESA, produced and co-written by frogi.
Career highlights include working alongside Anthony Hopkins, lending her voice to his ethereal soundtrack compositions for the feature film Elyse, directed by Stella Hopkins. Singing in the "Fury Choir" in VAAAL's score of Wounded FawnOfficial Selection at Tribeca Film Festival. Directed by Travis Stevens, starring Josh Ruben under her artist project HUESA.
Kaitlin is the Founder and CEO of wonderwell creative, an interdisciplinary creative studio and community where she facilitates creative circles, provides creative consulting, produces creative work, and facilitates meditation and embodiment education for humans, creatives, and companies.
Kaitlin earned a BA in Acting from UCLA's School of Theatre Film and Television, completed the Advanced Improv Track at The Groundlings School in LA, and is a graduate of the 2-Year Meisner Training at the Baron Brown Studio.