Kate started her TV life on children’s favourite Blue Peter as a researcher and was then headhunted to direct a half-hour documentary for Channel 4 as part of the New Shoots series for directors with a disability. Kate made her mark in the industry and became a Broadcast Hot Shot in 2010.
Seeing how difficult it was for media hopefuls, especially those with a disability, to gain entry into the industry, Kate set up markthree media in 2007 and has been the key to its growth. Kate strives to promote inclusivity within the industry as well as creating awareness via markthree’s output of films.
Kate is a great mentor to all her employees and with a particular eye for storytelling Kate has directed many of markthree’s key commissions from CBBC’S BAFTA nominated My Life: Breaking Free to most recently CBBC’S The Racing Set, as well as numerous films for BBC Inside Out & Newsround.
Kate is currently producing our documentary for BBC Three’s disability season as well as producing & directing short films for BBC Ouch. With a passion for disability awareness, Kate presents the BBC Ouch Podcast.
Kate is the one who ensures that everything markthree does is done with integrity, inclusivity & ingenuity.