Kate Winter

Lecturer, Illustration

Faculty:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

School:Cambridge School of Art

Location: Cambridge

Areas of Expertise: Illustration, drawing and book art

Research Supervision:Yes

Courses taught: Illustration

Kate teaches on our undergraduate illustration course and is an illustrator and writer of non-fiction children’s books and an artist. Her work has been published by Bloomsbury, Seren and Penguin Random House. She has worked for a range of commercial clients from Nokia and Peugeot to MTV and Sigur Ros.

Email: katharine.winter@aru.ac.uk

Background

Kate studied Fine Art BA (Hons) at the Slade School of Fine Art in London and went on to work as a stop-frame animator for 15 years, working under the pseudonym DuckEye creating commercials and music videos for a range of high profile clients. Kate completed her MA in Childrens book Illustration in 2019 winning the Cambridge School of Art Ronald Searle prize for creativity, runner up in the Batsford Prize for illustration and highly commended in the V&A student illustrator of the year 2020. Her work has been published by a range of publishers. Her debut book as writer and illustrator is due to be published by Penguin Random House in spring 2023.

Research interests

  • Observational drawing
  • Narrative non-fiction
  • Teaching creativity

Teaching

  • Drawing for Illustration
  • Print, Process and Page

Qualifications

  • BA (Hons) Fine Art
  • MA Children’s Book Illustration
  • PGCert in Learning and Teaching and HE fellowship

Selected recent publications

Winter, K. The Fossil Hunter, 2023. Penguin Random House.

Annand, N. Yoga for Motherhood, 2022. Green Tree, Bloomsbury publishing.

Binney, A. Other Women’s Kitchens, 2021. Seren Publishing.

Annand, N. Yoga a manual for life, Green Tree, 2019. Bloomsbury publishing