For more than a decade. Katerina worked for the Kensington and Chelsea Youth service, teaching photography to young carers, disabled young adults, young people excluded from schools, young offenders, elderly, adults and for several intergenerational projects. She also taught secondary school patients at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital School and the Brompton Hospital School using photography as a healing tool and in Art Therapy sessions.

She taught photography for Foundation courses at the School of Communication, University of the Arts and more recently has been teaching stage KS4, GCSE classes and runs the photography club for the Oxford Montessori independent school.

Katerina has been teaching for the Art Foundation course and a wide range of photography courses at Morley college since 2018. She simultaneously works for her professional practice as a free lance photographer for private, corporate, not for profit organisations and educational institutions such as the King’s College and the London School of Economics.

She has participated but also curated numerous art exhibitions. From 2000 - 2017 she curated the Arts School Exhibition for the Leighton House Museum with over 35 local schools and colleges participating.

One of the most recent photography exhibitions she participated in was a group exhibition at the Stash Gallery .in London E1.

She continues to pursue her personal work, which includes lengthy documentary projects involving different communities.


ABC Diploma in Youth Work

MA in Photography, University of Westminster

PG Diploma in Media Studies / Photography, Goldsmiths College

BA Hon in Photography, University of Westminster