Katie is an award winning writer and director, with an extensive back catalogue of work across film and theatre. Her work is recognised for its poignant style and original vision through a variety of genres, including comedy, drama and horror. Growing up in a small seaside town in Kent, Katie could usually be found watching old reruns of 'Tales of the Unexpected'.
Katie's work has screened at events and festivals across the world, including London Independent Film Festival, Abertoir Film Festival and has held four world premieres at the prestigious Frightfest in Leicester Square, London. Her work has been commissioned by BBC Arts, Arts Council England, Resource Productions, Create Converge and NHS Commissioners. Her short film, Selfie stick, which was funded by BBC Arts broadcasted on BBC4, featured on BBC World News and is now available on iPlayer.
Katie also works closely with Resource Productions on charity funded projects which explore social issues affecting young people today.
Katie also directs theatre and her last production, Romeo & Juliet, was performed at Putney Arts Theatre in London.