I'm Katherine










    West Coast kid. Graduate student. Currently trying to make it in the big city (Toronto).


  • Who Am I?

    Katherine is a Toronto-based freelance journalist. She is the former Editor-in-Chief of MUSE Magazine, with words in FLARE, Chatelaine TVO and the Ryerson Review of Journalism.


    Katherine specializes in editing and writing a witty turn of phrase. She enjoys writing about art, fashion, lifestyle and culture, and is an advocate for telling women's stories—especially as they pertain to South Asian communities. In her free time she enjoys traveling, exploring Toronto and listening to any and every true crime podcast.


    If she could have mimosas with anyone it would be Emily Brontë or Drizzy - it's a toss up.

  • My Words

    A selection of projects and editorials I've been involved with:

    "Anyone Can Participate in Caribana, and Maybe That’s a Problem"

    FLARE Magazine

    "What You Need To Know About The Sexual Assault Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh"


    "Why Indigenous designers want to bring mindfulness to mainstream fashion"


    "Graphic Anti-Abortion Signs Feel Like Visual Terrorism, But Should They Be Banned?"

    FLARE Magazine

  • Katherine's Resume

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  • Social Me

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  • Let's Keep in Touch!

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