INTERVIEWS + Press + features
Get a behind the scenes tour of my studio, and the rest of my 1680 stone house as featured on Houzz Stories.
Kat howard: the power of claiming the narrative
An interview on The Common Thread Blog about my process, and the themes in my work including ‘domesticity and women’s bodies,’ ‘history as a lens,’ and ‘speaking the language of textiles.’
A Design Sponge feature on my circa 1680 stone house in Kingston, NY, as well as an interview detailing my design aesthetic and a tour of my home studio.
I was honored to speak with Maura James of the Unbroken Chain podcast about my art, the connectivity of trauma survivors throughout time, and why I’ve taken the path to transparency about my own history.
inaugural kingston design showcase spotlights creatives from across the hudson valley
Designer Maryline Damour spearheads a uniquely collaborative showhouse, featuring my work in the concept kitchen. The project is featured on Architectural Digest.
An interview I did with Kate of The Weaving Loom, about my creative process, favorite materials to work with, and how I started weaving.
Williams Sonoma: Open Kitchen Stories
I was among a community of makers, crafters, bakers, and growers gathered together in Hudson Valley, New York, to share a harvest-inspired meal. My work is featured, along with some local tips for the Hudson Valley. Check out the Williams Sonoma video.
An article about the exhibition: Keeping Busy, for which I made a piece about Victorian and contemporary mourning practices and expectations placed on women.
An interview I did with Susan Mills for the Bookbinding Now Podcast, about how I got in to Book Art and Fiber Art, detailing how my personal history has effected the themes I address in my work.