Kate’s first laptop was the size of a suitcase with a teensy green screen. She was 6 years old. Back then the best thing on that “laptop” was Space Invaders—a pretty damn good game, but it was the only game. Which was stupid. So Kate started out in digital media making games. Really fun educational games.
Today, Kate has over a decade of experience in producing and managing large, multifaceted digital media projects for clients including Weill-Cornell Medical School, Crayola, The National Archives, Boston Children’s Hospital, Marlo Thomas, and Sesame Workshop. The best part is that while she can manage schedules, budgets, and beautiful deliverables, Kate works closely with clients to make sure the overall vision and strategic end goals are aligned and seamlessly achieved. And when she’s not doing that she’s chasing after her two hilarious kiddos, riding horses, and sometimes even playing Space Invaders.