Katie’s written articles have been published in the Royal Geographical Society’s Geographical magazine, Europe’s most popular wildlife magazine BBC Wildlife, National Geographic, BBC Earth, MAPTIA and World of Animals, amongst many others.
Katie has filmed for numerous different projects, including for Netflix, BBC and Channel 5. Most recently you can see her work in the Netflix series ’72 Cutest’, the BBC’s ‘Natural World: Super Fast Falcon’ and Channel 5’s ‘Wild Britain’.
A recent short film of hers, ‘Singing With Nightingales’, was shortlisted for the 2018 Arts & Humanities Research Councils Film Festival for the Inspiration Award.
In 2018 Katie was part of a team awarded the Ron Tuckman Youth Award for their episode of the BBC3 series ‘Undercover Tourist : Tiger Selfies Exposed | Inside The Captive Tiger Industry’, at the Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival.
Katie recently moved to Northern Spain where she and her partner have taken on the renovation of a dilapidated finca. She is happiest when hanging out with her two naughty goats, Pan and Coco, her 20-odd chickens and her rescue cat, Mally.
Katie’s debut novel, ‘My Amaii’ and her second book ‘Whispers In The Olive Grove’ are currently out for consideration.