New York

Kate Davis joins Things / People

Kate Davis-Macleod began her career in the fashion industry 20 years ago as a 16yr old model. It was a natural progression for Kate to move from one side of the lens to the other and she began assisting in New York, eventually moving back to her native London and along side assisting worked as a studio manager and started building her portfolio working as a test photographer for her original mother agent Select models. 

Her clients include, ES magazine, The Sunday Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian, Tatler, Red magazine, Marie Clare, Harpers, international Vogues, Wylde magazine. Givenchy, Chanel, Dior, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Next, Arcadia group, Adidas, Nike, Heidi Klein, Agent provocateur, Bodyism, Calvin Klein Lingerie, The Outnet, DKNY lingerie, Wrap.

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