Katherine Williams



Katherine is a portrait photographer based in Newcastle, Australia. 

In 1992 she and her family moved to Berlin, Germany from the UK. After spending 18 years there, she came to Australia in 2009. 

Katherine has had a number of photographic exhibitions and installations in Newcastle and Sydney including Vivid Sydney 2017 and “Humans of Kings Cross” which raised over $11,000.00 for The Wayside Chapel of which she has been a passionate supporter for several years. In 2015 Katherine placed second in the National Photographic Portrait Prize with an image from her long-term documentary “Kids of Carrington” which looks at youth pregnancy within one particular family in Newcastle. 
Katherine is also a wedding photographer and owns Something Blue Photography & Cinematography


Mar 2017 - Finalist Head On Photo Awards mobile category

Apr 2016 - Finalist Landscape Category of Capture Magazine's "Australia's Top Emerging Photographers 2016"

May 2015 - Exhibition "Humans of Kings Cross" at The Wayside Chapel (Head On 2015 Exhibiting Artist)

Mar 2015 - National Photographic Portrait Prize, Runner-up

May 2014 - Finalist HeadOn Portrait Prize 2014

May 2014 - HeadOn Photo Festival 2014 Exhibiting Artist

Jun 2013 - 1233 ABC Portrait Prize 2013, finalist

May 2013 - The Da Vinci Award from CATC Design School

Sep 2012 - The Shutterbug Awards, finalist

Publications / Features

2017 - Installation at the Vivid Sydney Kings Cross Precinct

2017 - Feature in Capture Magazine "Talent"

2016 - "Muster in the Dust" in The Adventure Handbook

2015 - "Kids of Carrington" in The Newcastle Herald Weekender

2013 - “The House in Carrington” in The Newcastle Herald Weekender