With a career focused on conceiving and delivering creative solutions for audience experiences, Kate works at the front end of KCA’s projects, ensuring deliverables meet client expectations and that the best teams are assembled for each commission.
After graduating from Oxford University in physiological sciences, Kate worked in the media industry before joining the National Museum of Science and Industry, a family of British museums that includes the Science Museum, London. At the Science Museum, Kate managed the museum’s commercial exhibitions and consulted to both government organisations and international corporations.
Kate set up KCA London in 2007 with colleagues, and has since directed a range of projects including: an exhibition for Colgate Palmolive; masterplanning an outreach project for the Qatar Museums Authority; and the robust operational planning for the BP Pavilion at the London 2012 Olympics and Malta Council of Science and Technology.
Kate’s work focuses on the Middle East and she has been working in Saudi Arabia for nine years on a range of cultural and visitor destination projects. These include the Mishkat Interactive Center for Atomic and Renewable Energy; ; exhibitions for K.A.CARE and Saudi Aramco; and a destination activation plan for the Saudi Ministry of Economy and Planning.
Her most recent projects have included working on a new visitor centre for the Royal Commission of Jubail and Yanbu; client liaison with the Louvre, Abu Dhabi; working on the development of the Saudi Pavilion at Expo 2017 in Astana, Kazakhstan; and providing advisory services to the Saudi General Entertainment Authority.