Kate will be speaking as part of the Winchester Heritage Open Days, which this year carries the theme of ‘Extraordinary Women’. She will share her experiences of living and working in a war zone, and the additional challenge of being a woman in a man’s world.
Kate will be speaking at CharityComm‘s next North-west networking group event, titled The Art of Storytelling. She will discuss how to channel photography into effective storytelling, that inspires deeper engagement with a cause.
Kate is taking Arete’s popular photography and videography workshops to Nairobi. You will learn how to tell powerful stories using photography and film through a mixture of practical and theory-based lessons.
Kate will be taking part in several talks and sharing her photography knowledge at The Eye Photography Festival taking place between 5th and 7th October 2018 in Aberystwyth, Wales.
A collection of Kate’s photos, shot in April in conjunction with Plan International, will be exhibited in the OXO Tower, London, from 19-25 June 2018. The photos will examine the impact that the South Sudanese civil war, now in its fifth year, is having on school-age girls in the country.
A new photography series, Innovation & Inequality, shines a light on the importance of new health innovations – like vaccines, medicines & diagnostics – and getting them to the people around the world who need them most. Kate’s work is featuring in this exhibition, curated by the United Nations Development Programme.
Kate will share her experiences in Afghanistan photographing the work of a UK military counter-IED team in 2010 and what she found on her recent return to the country five years later, at Kings School, Canterbury, UK
Kate Holt will present a one-day hands-on photography workshop and introduction to visual storytelling, at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London
Kate will share her experiences in Afghanistan photographing the work of a UK military counter-IED team in 2010, in a raw and unflinching talk about the realities of the Afghanistan conflict and long term impact on the landscape and people. Proceeds will be donated to Team Rubicon
As part of Chelsea Hospitals Event Series Kate will share her experiences in Afghanistan photographing the work of a UK military counter-IED team in 2010 and what she found on her recent return to the country five years later, at the Chelsea Hospital, London.
On behalf of the National Army Museum, Kate will share her experiences in Afghanistan photographing the work of a UK military counter-IED team in 2010 and what she found on her recent return to the country five years later, at the Army and Navy Club, London.
An exhibition of photographs by Kate and fellow Arete photographers, curated by Kate, will hang in Nairobi National Museum for the month of September. It celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, set up by Rockefeller Foundation and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
As part of Somali Week, Kate will be exhibiting work from her Photoclub project with UNICEF from school children in Mogadishu, Garowe and Hargeisa. Photoclub empowers children to express their own experiences through visual media.
Kate will deliver a talk to Eton College Africa Society about working as a photojournalist in Africa.
Kate’s work will be on display at the UNICEF Humanitarian Symposium entitled Childhood in Conflict, at St Andrews University Campus. Kate will also address a group of students about her work with UNICEF as a photographer.