Kayti is a versatile performer with a passion for theatre and film. Kayti began acting studies at age 12, and has since performed in a variety of productions across theatre, television and short film. Favourite dramatic stage roles to date include Paulina Salas in Death and the Maiden, Isabel in Ninety, and prison psychologist Lorin Zemanek in A Conversation. Kayti has also performed in comedies such as Love, Loss and What I Wore, Cosi and Hands Across the Sea. In 2016 she starred in the award-winning short film My Name is Grace, which has screened at more than 50 festivals around the world. She was a cast member in the Channel 31 TV Series Love on the Box by Trunkman Productions, which aired in Western Australia and Victoria. Kayti has trained extensively, completing a Bachelor of Arts (Media Studies and English) at Murdoch University where she undertook theatre and drama training. She has also studied with Noel O'Neill and Annie Murtagh-Monks at the Perth Actors Collective, and completed a NIDA intensive course led by notable Australian actor Peter Mochrie. Kayti is a professional and down to earth actress committed to delivering truthful and engaging performances.