Caitlin Bailey is a Master's of Fine Arts candidate at Montana State University in Science and Natural History Filmmaking. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in animal biology and psychology from Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi. Caitlin has done field research on sea otters in Alaska; lab research on wild mice behavior in North Carolina; and rehabilitated cetaceans, raptors, and shorebirds in Texas. In pursuit of a science communication career, Caitlin has made films for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on space weather and is currently working freelance for MontanaPBS. She is also currently working on her thesis, which is an experimental conservation film about elephants and rhinoceroses through the allegory of the unicorn.
Caitlin Bailey graduated from Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi in 2012 with a degree in animal biology and psychology. She is currently a thesis student at Montana State University pursuing a Master's of Fine Arts in Science and Natural History Filmmaking.
"I am ecstatic to be on board the Nautilus and finally return home to the sea! I firmly believe in her mission to explore new areas of the ocean and to share those findings with the world."