Kathlyn Horan, is an award winning filmmaker and photographer. Horan’s career started as a camera operator, traveling the globe and working with such artists as Faith Hill, The Goo Goo Dolls, the Russian duo t.A.T.u, and Swedish pop group Play. In the following years she co-directed a live concert DVD for Vonda Shepard featuring interviews with Ally McBeal cast mates as well as behind the scenes footage of life on the road with Vonda.
Kathlyn co-directed a feature length film entitled “A Voice for Choice”, documenting the pro-choice “March for Women’s Lives” that took place in Washington DC on April 25th, 2004. The documentary includes interviews with some of the nations leading politicians, activists and artists such as Hillary Clinton, Gloria Steinem, Sheryl Crow, Bill Maher and more. Horan also produced and directed a short documentary, “What is Zen?”, which examines the lives of four Zen Buddhist monks in different stages of their practice.
She has most recently completed producing two award winning short films; “Past Due” for the AFI Directing Workshop for Women and “The Lull Breaker” for the Toronto International Film Festival Talent Lab.
She is currently working on a feature length documentary entitled The IF Project, following the lives of prisoners at the Washington Corrections Center for Women (WCCW) and the unlikely champion they have found in Seattle police officer, Kim Bogucki.