Cathryn Morris graduated from the University of Central Florida summa cum laude and Honors in Film in 2001. In 2010, she received her MFA in Creative Writing from UBC in the non-residency program. From working in Canada’s Arctic to being politically evacuated from a small African dictatorship, Cathryn believes life experience and adventure are good prerequisites for being a writer. Cathryn focuses on writing for screen and television. She had success with her feature screenplay, Bleeding Kansas, which reached the top 30 of the Nicholl Fellowships in 2010, and works as a freelance Script Coordinator for various productions in the Lower Mainland. Presently, she is one of five writer-producer teams to have been chosen to develop her original television series, Fraud, with the National Screen Institute of Canada.
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