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Katie Wilson is a London-based photographer and director specialising in food, portraiture, and fashion. Her commercial clients include Bentley, Eurostar, Marks & Spencer, Phaidon, Tate Galleries, The Telegraph, The Times, The Times Magazine, Condé Nast, and Waitrose.

In addition to her commercial work, Katie works on personal projects that vary from culinary culture (Fifty Chefs, 2014, Cook for Syria, 2016, Bake for Syria, 2018) to inquiries into the living conditions of families in poverty (Bedrooms of London, 2019).


2019 Bedrooms of London / The Foundling Museum / London, UK

Bedrooms of London makes visible the often shocking and unseen reality of home life for the 700,000 children currently living below the poverty line in our capital, and challenges the prejudices and stereotypes associated with child poverty. 

2014 Fifty Chefs / Londonewcastle Gallery, Redchurch Street, London, UK

From kebab shops and greasy spoons to the city’s most rarefied restaurants, this is the culmination of a ten-year photographic project to tell the stories of the people and the hands that feed London.

2010 A Piece of My Mind / Snap Studios (Tapestry) / London, UK

Working in collaboration with the art director Paul Alexandrou and the writing of Tom Ryling, A Piece of My Mind is a personal study on tattoos of words, from the irreverent to the deeply heartfelt.

2003 North - South / Orson & Blake Gallery / Sydney, Australia

North - South is a poetic depiction of the epic 54 hour train journey between Darwin and Adelaide in South Australia.