Friday, June 26, 2009
From New Zealand's Remix Magazine, page 40 of issue 62:
Monday, June 22, 2009
"I love that Kate doesn’t set artistic limitations on herself. Says Kate, “Because I see everything as an artist, it means I am freed up from certain constraints that typically come with certain professional approaches. I can see the material for what it is, what it “should” be used for, and then I can decide how I want to re-imagine it.”
Whether she’s designing elaborate costumes for stage productions, making wigs out of kitchen essentials, or reinventing the zipper, one constant with Kate is her love of unusual materials and her ability to transform them."Please visit thefashionablefoodie.com for the full interview.