I photographed this session for Kate back in February, before the release of her last collection of artwork, and I’ve been wanting to blog it ever since! Even though some of these pieces are no longer available (her works sells out, FAST!) she does have an upcoming exhibition at Fig & Co in Gundagai during April, and I thought – what a perfect time to showcase her on the blog!! *cue the confetti*
Kate and I first became Instagram friends a few months ago, and what drew me her, was not only her talent (obvi) but her BRAND! With how unique and bold she is about showing her face online, making Reels, videos and creating lots of content! I am always a fan of people who step outside their comfort zones, put on their business hat on and make social media work! 👏🏼
I talk about building a strong personal brand SO much, if you know me in person, and Kate does this so, so well. When she asked me to come photograph this collection in her beautiful home it was an instant YES from me! I love how much we connected on business owner life, motherhood and all the mess in between. Sessions like this make me feel alliiiivveeee and having people trust me with their own artwork is the biggest privilege!
You can follow her work online at @fromthe_paintshed on Instagram, and her website HERE
Kate is super talented, clearly, and is the perfect example of a strong headed woman who quit her job and followed her passion, to pursue a career in something she loves! You can find out about her upcoming exhibition at Fig & Co in Gundagai, HERE (you bet I’ll be there to cheer her on)
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I acknowledge the wiradjuri people as the custodians of the lands and waters of the region, on which I live and work. I pay respect to elders both past and present. I acknowledge and respect the wiradjuri people’s cultural, spiritual, physical and emotional connection with their land, waters and community.