Katie is one of the original co-founders of Planet London. Katie contributed hundreds of articles for the LBQ community including book & film reviews, celebrity interviews, opinion pieces and features as Editor-in-Chief until 2016.
Katie's latest project is the quirky comedy podcast 'Inspector Detective On Chan Tay’; which she co-wrote and co-performed alongside Sally McFerran (available on the Lesbian Lounge Podcast channel). She is currently writing her first novel and freelancing as a journalist for LGBTQ lifestyle magazines.
Katie released her poetry collection 'The Nature of Fragments', in 2016 and was published in the independent short story anthologies 'L Is For...', (2014), ‘Manifest: New Writing from Warwick’ (2018) and ‘Chimera: Warwick MA in Writing Anthology’ (2019). Katie is the creator and screenwriter of the first London LBQ web series 'She's in London' which is available to watch at www.shes-in-london.com.
Katie has a long history of being active in the LGBT community as a volunteer, starting when she was a befriender to people coming out at university, and running her uni LGBT society. She ran a social group for lesbians when she lived in Plymouth called Plymouth WEST. Katie has also spent time volunteering for London Raiders Softball Club and co-organising the massive Raiders bowling league. Katie’s work background is charity communications and publishing. In her day job Katie is a Project and Communications Manager at a young people's mental health charity.
Interests: softball, cinema, bowling, writing, netball.