Kate Rogers is an Artist | Designer | Educator.
I am currently a Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design at UWE Bristol and have previously taught into the Photography and Animation degrees. I take particular responsibility for the development and delivery of the screen based Graphic Design curriculum. My interest in moving graphics draws on an approach that integrates hand processes with digital technologies. This individual approach feeds in to the course which explores the changing concept of graphic design and the role of the graphic designer in society.
I have a multi-disciplinary practice that originates from a Degree in Design Arts. Born in Bristol she continues to live in and draw on the city for inspiration and undertakes commissions in Public Art and Interactive Design in the community. The common thread being the utilising of image and text to instruct, inform and entertain.
I have worked with clients in the public, corporate and entertainment industries, which have included major blue-chip brands; (Sony Music, Orange, Columbia Tri-Star, Warner Brothers, Peugeot). I created multiple award winning work for the BBC designing the digital provision supporting David Attenborough’s landmark series ‘The Life of Mammals’ which included audience tailored content for Interactive web/ TV broadcast.
BA (Hons) Graphic Design course blog: typenowhere.com
Moving Image student work: Instagram