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
, and Laughing Squid
Her anthotypes were published in Anthotypes — Explore the darkroom in your garden and make photographs using plants