'10 years of DRAW RCA' 
Triforium Gallery, London, July 2018

'Kill the Indian, Save the Man' 
with Ester Svensson, Playground London, London, November 2017 (duo)

'Open 2017' 
Quay Arts Centre, Isle of Wight, July 2017

'Talents' Archive Project
(in collaboration with Double Decker), Onassis Cultural Center, Athens. Spring 2015

'Designers block' 
part of London Design week, September 2014

'South London goes to the Seaside'
Viking Gallery, Margate. June 2014

London Print Studio, London. November 2013

'50 x 50' 
Nancy Victor Gallery, London. September 2013

Show RCA 2013
Royal College of Art. June 2013

'Draw', Hockney Gallery 
Royal College of Art. May 2013

"The loss of Storytelling" 
Diss Corn Hall, Diss. August 2012 (solo)

Korean Culture Centre. June 2012

Ku'damm 101 Design Happening
Berlin. December 2011

Surface Gallery, Nottingham. September 2011

Noverre Gallery, Assembly House, Norwich. May 2011


Ideas Tap Graduate Award for Graphics & Illustration
First Prize, 2014

Brian Robb award, RCA Show 

Quentin Blake Narrative Prize
Highly commended, 2013

Adobe Design Awards
Semi finalist in collaboration with Chris Nott, 2012


"Magnificently unsettling… beautiful and extraordinary…There is, I think, real daring here, as well as empathy and imagination. What would you have done? she quietly asks: an age-old question, but still an enduringly good one."
– Rachel Cooke Observer (full article here)

"A beautifully drawn and very melancholic book."
– Strong Words

"Katt’s visual reimagining of that time…has more than enough texture and terror in it to make an impact."
– Herald

"Tender yet incisive...‘Sunday’s Child’ considers what we choose to remember and to forget."
– Paul Gravett, Varoom Magazine (full article here)

"An extraordinary piece of work"
Stack Magazine (full article here)

TeAching / Facilitating

I am currently Senior Lecturer, and second year lead tutor, in illustration at University for the Creative Arts, Farnham. I am also an Associate Lecturer in illustration at Camberwell College of Arts.

I have previously taught illustration and communication design at a range of institutions, including The American University of Richmond in London, Ravensbourne University, Arts University Bournemouth, and the Royal College of Art.

I was also a co-founder of illinformed at the Royal College of Art in 2013. illinformed is a student led platform aiming at expanding on contemporary illustration discourse, within and outside the college through lively and inclusive discussions and workshops. To keep up to date with the latest news and events from this years' organisers visit illinformed here.

German-English Illustrator and Artist based in Brighton, UK

My work explores how illustration can be used as an active tool for understanding, interpreting and re-evaluating dominant narratives and discourse about historical events. How can illustration add to our understanding of history, how can it challenge it, and what is the value of providing alternative viewpoints to the mainstream?

I am interested in exploring and highlighting the ways in which history is recorded, suppressed, remembered and distorted. I have become particularly interested in how meaning and underlying power structures contained within archival records can be interpreted through the act of drawing. Often working with archival artefacts and personal testimony, I create narrative sequences and visual essays that explore my own relationship to history.