Kate started out as a dancer, trained at the Royal Ballet School, before moving into film and television. Cutting her teeth on the South Bank Show, she worked with many of its award-winning directors on a variety of films. Since then she has worked on arts documentaries and in drama, including as Associate Producer on the feature music documentary 'AnDa Union: From the Steppes to the City' (Official Selection London Film Festival and Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival 2011). She has also produced and directed several short films: 'Nehemiah’s Cross', a documentary exploring the spiritual lives of the homeless; 'Oracles' a short film on singer-songwriter Ana’s Silvera’s new song-cycle; several dance films with Royal Ballet choreographer Jonathan Watkins - most recently 'Sofa' and 'Bunker' (featuring principal dancers from the Royal Ballet) for Channel 4's Random Acts - and 'Dart', a film based on Alice Oswald's T. S. Eliot award-winning poem. She is currently co-creating a new multi-media dance theatre project commissioned by the Royal Ballet for October 2014.