About Kate Peters:
Kate Peters (b.1980) is a photographer based in London, England.
Inspired by a rebellious photography teacher Kate began making photographs at secondary school and has never stopped, just got a little bit better at it, she hopes.
Her work has been exhibited internationally including a solo show at the HPGRP gallery in New York in 2011.
In 2012 the Guardian Weekend Magazine commissioned Kate to photograph 32 Olympic hopefuls including Sir Chris Hoy, Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah
Her portrait of Julian Assange, the founder of Wikilieaks was featured on the cover of TIME magazine.
A selection of Kate’s portraits now forms part of the permanent collection at the National Portrait gallery, London.
In 2013 she received the Vic Odden award from the Royal Photographic Society and the Freshfields Prize at the Renaissance Awards.
Women, CFD Barcelona, June 2013
The World in London, The Photographers Gallery, London July 2012
Looking at the Land, FotoWeek DC Washington November 2012
Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize, National Portrait Gallery London November 2011-2012
‘Stranger Than Fiction’, HPGRP Gallery New York February 2011
Hereford Photography Festival, November 2010
Projected Landscapes, Architectural Association London November 2009
Format Festival, Derby March 2009
New Visual Language Vol.1, HPGRP Gallery New York November 2007
Flash Forward, Lennox Contemporary Toronto October 2007
Royal Photographic Society Vic Odden Award 2013
Freshfields Prize, Renaissance Awards 2013
Best in Book, CR Photography Annual 2009
Magenta Foundation, Flash Forward Winner, 2007
Creative Futures Award, 2006