About Kate Ferguson.
Kate Ferguson is a professionally trained freelance journalist and video producer based in Perth, Western Australia.
With nineteen years experience working in commercial media, Kate spent her formative years as a one person television bureau, producing video stories from idea to broadcast on a daily basis for the nightly news in both Western Australia and Queensland.
Her work has been recognised at local and international awards, including best online video content at the Asian Digital Media awards, finalist in the Interpretation category twice at the West Australian Heritage Awards, finalist in the Fremantle International Portrait Prize and finalist in the multimedia, arts and sport categories at the West Australian Media Awards. More information can be found here: http://www.linkedin.com/in/katefergusonmedia
In 2010, Kate discovered her love of photography while working for The West Australian newspaper and these days, she works as a one person multimedia operator - writing both long and short-form stories for print and online, shooting the accompanying pictures and producing video features from idea to broadcast.
In early 2015, Kate launched her own successful business as a freelance media content producer, writer, voiceover artist and social media consultant. Since then, her work has been published a wide array of media platforms including the ABC, The West Australian, Scoop Magazine, Broadsheet, Hoyts Cinemas, Luna Cinemas, Channel Seven, Channel Nine, Network Ten and GWN News.
Kate also has experience as a Lecturer at the University of Western Australia and University of Notre Dame.
Kate has an adventurous spirit. Some of her projects include The Gwalia's Gold exhibition, collating interviews and photographs for there State Timber Museum (the museum won a MAGNA award in 2019), documenting the stories of WA Women in Resources finalists, a road trip with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra across the Pilbara, a documentary about the history of cyclones in the north of Western Australia with DFES (Department of Fire and Emergency Services) and BOM (Bureau of Meteorology) and a visit to Mae Sot in Northern Thailand to meet medical refugees,
If you require a freelance journalist, video producer or photographer, Kate can be contacted at email@example.com