Kate Milford has worked professionally as a photographer for more than 20 years. She has exhibited and published her personal work—which is focused on the documentation of her immediate environment of Brooklyn, New York, as well as less familiar terrain in the United States and around the world—at MIT, in the New York Times, and more.
Her work as a freelancer ranges from editorial to architecture, portraiture, and event-based photography. She shoots predominantly with a DSLR and edits on a computer, but occasionally she dusts off her 4x5 view camera and film holders, and plugs in a lightbox to look at negatives.
Kate Milford has taught documentary photography at the college level, beginning photography and dark room technique to middle schoolers, and led short project-based seminars for kids ages 5-10 in the United States and in Nicaragua.