Raised in Augusta, Michigan, Katharine Densmore’s roots in filmmaking grew after completing her bachelor's degree in Film, Video and Media Studies at Western Michigan University. In 2009, Katharine’s documentary short “Out of Edison” went on to win the Michigan Association of Broadcasters Award for Best Television/ Talk Show Segment. That year Katharine went on to compete in the Reel Ideas Studio documentary program in Cannes, France. The following three years Katharine was the lead instructor and production coordinator at the Media Arts Academy of Kalamazoo; a non profit that worked with at-risk youth teaching documentary filmmaking and how it could be used as a tool for social change. Katharine was then selected as a 2012 & 2013 regional NAACP Act-So Teen Filmmaker Judge. Since moving to Los Angeles Katharine has worked as a content writer and in-studio producer at the LipTV and produced short films for Volatile Entertainment Inc. and Reel Lemonade Productions LLC.