About

Kate is a London-based filmmaker who takes unconventional, creative approaches to social and political themes in her work. Her recent work includes shooting two films for Channel 4 News to commemorate the centenary of women getting the right to vote, which were broadcast nationally in the UK; the Grierson-shortlisted short documentary UNSPEAKABLE (Sheffield Doc/Fest ‘17, LSFF '18, ZagrebDox '18), about three of Britain’s so-called 'hate preachers'; and WATER VALLEY (Open City Docs ‘16), about a Palestinian farmer facing water access issues, which showed online on Aeon Mazazine in a feature about how water shapes the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. As a documentary cinematographer, Kate has shot films for Channel 4 News, the Bureau for Investigative Journalism, and a range of commercial video clients. Kate is a a graduate of the UK’s National Film & Television School, where she received an M.A. in Directing Documentary film.