Hi, I’m Katie, a north-London-dwelling web designer. This is my personal blog about my travels, both literal and across the magical frontier that is the internets. I’m biased towards anything foody, design-y or that I can take a nice photo of, and I’m also into crafts, cats, and interiors.
The blog has received some nice awards and recognition including being selected as one of Lomography UK’s Blogs of the Year 2013, The Evening Standard’s Top 20 London bloggers 2014, and appearing at No. 16 in Homes & Antiques magazine’s 50 Best Blogs of 2012.
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I do freelance web and graphic design work, from branding and logos to blog layouts and full websites. So if you like what you see and have a fun project in mind, get in touch. You can view my full design portfolio here.
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