Kate is an award-winning visual storyteller who has worked internationally for over a decade. Her still photos have been widely published, and her first short film, The Larger Net, premiered at DOC NYC and screened nationally at festivals.
Kim Swims is her first feature documentary (director & producer). To date, the film has screened internationally at over a fifteen film festivals and counting, has been honored with several Audience Favorite awards, an award for Best Director, and has featured as the Opening Night film at several prestigious events. Kate has appeared extensively as part of Q&A's and panels to support the film and it's message at festivals, private, community and corporate screenings. Please visit the film's website to learn more. It the is now available for viewing on VOD streaming platforms (Amazon, iTunes, etc.).
As a fine art photographer, she produced a special series of portraits in Iceland, of people in the water, under the tutelage of renowned documentary photographer Mary Ellen Mark. Kate's work also studies forms, lines and color. Her scenes vary between recognizable moments and abstractions.
Kate is based on the west coast and shuttles, regulary, anywhere in the world that her work takes her. Also available for private and corporate art commissions. Open-editioned, unsigned prints can be purchased at katewebbershop.com.
For commissions and editioned art prints, please inquire.