Katie is an award winning conservation photographer, filmmaker and founder of Coral & Oak Studios, dedicated to telling stories that educate and inspire audiences to engage with the creatures, people and world around them. She has mentored many young photographers at home and abroad, leading photography and art classes including a multi-day workshop in Haiti for under-privileged youth.
As a recipient of the Henry Luce Fellowship, Katie spent more than a year in Southeast Asia, where she collaborated with scientists and conservation organizations on various conservation and storytelling projects. Katie is an emerging league fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP), a member of NANPA.
Her aesthetic stems from a fine art background at the Corcoran College of Art and Design, where Katie was a recipient of the prestigious Koenig Trust Scholarship. You can find her work in National Geographic, The Smithsonian Institute, The Nature Conservancy, Woods Hole Oceanographic, PBS and BBC. She currently lives and works in Washington DC.
Learn more about Katie’s work by visiting her website.