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Kate is active in the community building relationships, curating visual stories and mentoring  young (and not-so-young) photographers and storytellers.

Community Projects
about face® A celebration of people living in the Southern Highlands the no fixed address™ exhibition An insight into the homeless people living in the greater Bunbury area the zero to one hundred project 100 males, and 100 hundred females each representing a year from 0-100

Capturing the essence of the individual is Kat'es signature as a photographer. This 350 page book provides the viewer with many opportunities to get an insite into the community of the Southern Highlands in NSW.


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the wais fliers A photographic documentary

Kate spent 6 months shooting the training sessions at the female gymnasts at West Australian Institute of Sport. The results were a beautiful book of images that captured a moment in time and a piece of gymnastics history.


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the way of the carrot A layman's guide to finding peace

Kate Heaslip's solo exhibition Jan 28 - March 5, 2017.

Bunbury Regional Art Gallery

64 Wittenoom Street Bunbury


This photography exhibion tells the story of some of the homeless people living in the greater Bunbury area.

opening night footage Chloerissa Eddie, South West Times

One hundred females and one hundred males, each representing a year from 0-100 are being interviewed and photographed for this Book Incubator community project.


 All participants live or work in the Greater Bunbury area and all making a positive contribution to their community.


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Kate's beautiful images are used to enhance the mindfulness and emotional well being techniques by Roger Ballard in the 2005 publication of The Way of the Carrot.


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