Catherine Elanne Robertson
Catherine Robertson has always had a passion for creativity. Born into a family of musicians and artists, she became interested in art at a young age. Catherine began designing and creating her own unique jewelry from beads and wire as a young adult. In university, she studied Art History and gained a keen eye for design fundamentals and colour theory. As her sense of style matured, Catherine began creating pieces in semi-precious stone, Swarovski crystal and metals such as sterling silver. Lampwork bead making has also been a passion which Catherine developed and often incorporates into her designs.
With a timeless and elegant style, Catherine’s pieces reflect quality and flawless construction. Her jewelry is sophisticated yet playful and fun. It is handcrafted to withstand the test of time, making her pieces perfect heirlooms to be passed down generation to generation.
Catherine’s other tremendously successful business venture, Cat Can Cook combines her passion for cooking and love of people into an interactive on-line community of recipe sharing. Catherine has appeared on Toronto’s breakfast Television, Daytime in Kitchener and Guelph, and works as a freelance food writer for Today’s Parent and Canadianparents.com. In the fall of 2009, she published her first cookbook, which has sold hundreds of copies all over the world.