Originally hailing from the midlands, Kate is now based in London, working internationally on personal and commercial photographic projects.
Spanning genres, Kate’s work is informed by a respect and understanding of the craft of image-making. She has a particular interest in the representation of women and notions of identity and performance in everyday life.
Highlights in her career journey include a Guardian Weekend Magazine commission to photograph 32 Olympic hopefuls including Sir Chris Hoy, Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah and having her portrait of Julian Assange, the founder of Wiki-leaks featured on the cover of TIME magazine.
Kate has collaborated with the National Portrait Gallery as a Creative Connections artist in working with Year 10 art students from Haverstock school to produce workshops and create new artworks for the gallery.
Clients and publications include : AMV BBDO / Baileys / BHF / Dn&Co / ESPN / FT Weekend / Guardian Weekend / TIME / Wired / YBM
A selection of Kate’s portraits form part of the permanent collection at the National Portrait gallery, London.