Kat Alix-Gaudreau attended UMASS Amherst and the University of Georgia, earning a BA in Theater and an MA in Sociology. In 2004, she founded Sneaky Camel Productions, an amateur independent film production company. Over the next three years, Kat lead the Sneaky Camel team to produce nine short films, including “Bloody Mary” which screened at the Rhode Island International Horror Festival of 2005. Kat earned her degree in Digital Filmmaking from Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts in 2009. She began work as Production Coordinator at Iguana Films in 2008, and has been involved in two national PBS broadcast documentaries. In 2010, Kat created Shoot The Moon Studios and created two short documentary films about the 2020 Vision Quest Project. Kat most recently worked for Powderhouse Productions on a new HGTV show, Spontaneous Construction (aired March 2013). She is also the founder and Artistic Director of Ghost Light Players of MetroWest, a new community theater troupe based in Marlborough, MA.