Australian photographer Kate Seabrook first picked up a DSLR in mid 2009 at around the same time she began working for a photography business in Melbourne. Completely self-taught, most of her early work formed a document of the vibrant underground music scene in Melbourne and those whom inhabit it, both on-stage and off.
Kate's first photographic assignment was for online music magazine Mess and Noise and involved covering the action at The Community Cup, a major charity sporting match played by local music luminaries. She became an occasional photographic contributor to Mess and Noise, as well as working for private music and corporate clients.
Her initial diversion from live music and event photography came in mid-2011 when she embarked upon housepeeking, an ongoing photographic series documenting the living spaces of couples.
Upon moving to Berlin in late 2011, Kate found the perfect muse for a major photographic project in the much-loved Berliner U-Bahn. The result was Endbahnhof.
Kate now lives and works in Berlin-Wedding with her husband Simon and a black and white cat named Igor.
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