Cat Ellington is an American songwriter, composer, casting director, poet, author, and entrepreneur from Chicago, IL. She is best known for her creative contributions to the diverse industries and fields of music, movies, art, and literature.
Cat Ellington's professional credits list a library of nonfiction books, including the Reviews by Cat Ellington series, The Making of Dual Mania, More Imaginative Than Ordinary Speech, Memoirs in Gogyohka, You Can Quote Me On That, and The Cat Ellington Sheet Music Collection. Ellington's credentials—in film and music—include her work as executive casting director on the psychological thriller, "Dual Mania," and its soundtrack—on which she wrote five original songs: "The Book of Us," "I'm Still in Love," "Something in Your Eyes," "Gett Out," and "I Do." Incidentally, Ellington also co-composed Instrumentals: Music from the Motion Picture Dual Mania, a compilation of her original instrumental music previously performed with vocals for the film soundtrack.
The award-winning artist enjoys reading, listening to music, cooking, collecting vintage and modern charm bracelets, watching movies and classic TV shows, sailing, jet-skiing, playing tennis, and eating frozen yogurt — lots of it.