Catherine Kirkpatrick is an award-winning graphic artist based in New York City. She has done work for Citibank, the Ford Foundation, Applied Semiconductor, Pianophoria!, and Literally Alive’s original production of The Ugly Duckling. Her photographs have appeared in the Tulane Review and Camera Arts Magazine, and have been exhibited widely, including a 2002 group show at the United Nations. Recent exhibitions include 3rd Ward and the Powerhouse Arena in DUMBO. Her artist’s books have been shown at the Leipzig Book Fair, the Seoul International Book Fair and the Villa Borbone in Vioreggio, Italy.
She is currently on the board of Professional Woman Photographers and proud to be a member of the PWP Community Service Committee that won the 2010 Suzanne Pincus Commit to WIN Award from Women in Need. She has contributed articles to Imprints Magazine, and writes From the Archives, a blog about the experience of women in photography from the 1970′s on. One of the articles, Sgt. Pepper Uncovered, was just named one of the Top Blog Posts of 2011 by Photoshelter.
You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 917-304-4354.
To see more of her photographs and art, please visit www.catherinekirkpatrick.org.