Protesters Perspective Print
Climate Change protesters printed on dyed silk satin.
Close up of Pollution Print
Six layer fantasy scenery highlighting pollution, power plants, deforestation and fracking machinery. Pigments printed on to Rubber.
Visualised rubber harness print and silk satin wrap skirt.
Imagery exploring different elements of climate change, focusing on fracking.
Eroding Landforms Print
Six layer screen print on silk satin.
Close up of Protesters Perspective Print. There is No Planet B.
Close up mood board and colour research
Pollution Print on Rubber
Kate specialises in detailed print design focusing on dynamic global issues, cultural traditions and natural intricacies. She explores topics with an importance in today's world; using photography, drawing and research to compose intricate designs.
The world is in a race to limit climate change. Many people are in denial and desensitised to the affects of this harsh reality. 'Virtual Climate' aims to outline the detachment many feel towards the future of our climate, and visualise this as a parallel dimension and abstract universe. Kate combines contemporary materials with vibrant palettes and exciting processes. The use of hand drawing and digital skills are fundamental in creating powerful collections. Kate aspires to work within the fashion and accessories industry.
Exhibited at Premier Vision (2017 & 2019) Participated in Live Project with Romo Tom Wiese Prize For Drawing (2015)
Lingerie Buying and Design Assistant at Debenhams Plc Print Assistant at Tramp In Disguise
June 2017 - Sept 2018
Karolina York Bay and Brown Marks & Spencer's Home Zandra Rhodes Fusion Cph