Shot this last november with André Pienaar shooting, Aerin Barnes EP’ing and Kyra Shelgren producing. We had a blast in Uruguay shooting with El Camino.

Shot this in Bangkok and NYC with Rachel Weiss.  Shooting on location in Bangkok is quite a trip, where traffic control (there is none!)
and the thousands of people lining the streets to watch. Not to mention the extra’s mutiny, 100+ temps, pollution and noise. You’d never
know what...

Fun spot I directed with real people & friends, shot in London for FEELUNIQUE.COM

Yep, my second beer ad in a year - feel rather proud of myself. And Guinness no less. Shot in Toronto, shot by Kris B. at Sessler and cut by Ross B. at Bijou.

Dedicated to Miranda Bauer, who passed away March 27/2013.
While we raise money, give, and put our faith in the power of medicine, hope and courage, sometimes for no reason that I can imagine, it is not enough. People die and there is nothing we can do but try to affect change - here's...

Tetley Tea "Green"

shot in the Keys with Adam Marsden, Richard Cole and Katya Savrasova in middle of torrential storms that only contributed to the beautiful look of this film.

One of the most beautiful, haunting melodies I've heard and hopefully a great video to match.


CD - Cathy Delaney
PRODUCER - Lizzie Haberman

I shot this with the talented and super fun Rachel Donovan and Adam Marsden.
Thanks to Juka for coming up with such great hair.

Rethink Breast Cancer "Feel Up"
Shot with the talented and wonderful Hannah Cheesman and Craig Strickland for Rethink's annual breast cancer awareness campaign.

A beautiful film featuring my good friend Caroline Richardson about birth, life and death as seen through movement inspired by horses.

Kathi's Blog

Yes, I have arrived. Or so my female peers tell me - two beer ads in one year and directed by a chick - cool! Working with Doug Maugham and Rea Kelly from The Traffik Group and with possibly the best clients ever, Alistair, Geoff and Melissa from Diageo we created a cool spot for Guinness Black Lager. Thanks to DoP Kris Belchevski, editor Ross @ Bijou and the guys at Topix, the job was as fun as it is successful.