Katherine is a freelance writer, photographer, adventurer, Brooklyner, and one-time Baltimorean.

She enjoys pizza, gardening, and monster trucks. Katherine specializes in copyediting, editorializing, media criticism, and alternative-process photography; she is a great writer and editor. Katherine founded Lessons for Old People in 2008, teaching her mother's generation Internet culture and technology. She graduated from Towson University with a degree in journalism (mass communication/new media) and art (photography/digital media). Previous work experience includes writing, research, and editing for Baltimore's City Paper, Dell Magazines, and GetGlue. Her work has appeared on Thought Catalog, Quarterlette, and Laughing Squid. Her anthotypes were published in Anthotypes — Explore the darkroom in your garden and make photographs using plants.




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