We've seen this woman drink a tumbler of absinthe, light a cigarette from a Tesco Caterpillar Cake and cheers a room full of people at 7 am in the morning. Surprisingly, she’s also with out a doubt the most organized person we've ever met, is in full possession of a Filofax, and virtually raised one half of Baby Face.
Kate began her career as at Blow Pr, before gaining a position at Vice magazine as a Marketing Executive and subsequently climbed that slippery ladder to be made their Digital Projects Manager, before gaining the position of Producer at BBh London. Kate's now a Digital Producer for Nike at R/GA- so stick that in your e-Cigarette and smoke it. Who said there weren't enough women in advertising, eh? Well, Kate kind of thinks there aren’t either, which is why she has plans in the long run to open an all female agency. We bow down.
Kate is also a very talented writer and has contributed to Sunday Times Style Magazine and Company Magazine. She’s also a computer genius with like codes n’ stuff- not a floppy disk in sight! Kate was part of a small group that just engineered The Guardian’s first interactive guide that archives more than 10 years of Oscars red-carpet looks, with commentary on all the key outfits, as well as Guardian fashion's selection of the best frocks and suits from the 2014 awards.
If you want to chat to Kate and ask her about her opinions on the last series of Girls, you can catch her occasionally serving up mac’n’cheese at your local Smokey Tail’s van (Ok, that was only one time), demolishing bibimbaps, or you’ll find her bretoned-striped self whipping round Dalston on her trusty bike.