Kate Peters received her BA in photography from Falmouth College of Arts and is now based in London. She works internationally as a photographer and educator with a special interest in the representation of women and notions of identity and performance in everyday life.
Her work has been exhibited internationally including at the HPGRP gallery in New York; Gewerbemuseum Winterthur, Zurich; National Portrait Gallery, London; MUDAC Musée de design, Lausanne; The Photographers Gallery, London and the Lennox Contemporary, Toronto.
In 2012 she was commissioned by the Guardian Weekend Magazine to photograph 32 Olympic hopefuls including Sir Chris Hoy, Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah. In 2015 Kate was invited by the National Portrait Gallery to be the Creative Connections artist collaborating with Year 10 art students from Haverstock school to produce workshops and create new artworks for the gallery.
She has been awarded with the Royal Photographic Society Vic Odden Award; the Freshfields Prize, Renaissance Awards and the 2017 American Photography Award.
Peters is a visiting lecturer, BA Photography, Birmingham City University