Dance Tutor & Choreographer
Katherine was born in Hertfordshire and began dancing at ‘Dance Unlimited’ then later at her mother’s school ‘The Dance Place’, before gaining a scholarship at Performers College under the direction of Brian Rogers.
Katherine has been working in Film, Television, and alongside major British and American pop acts for the last ten years.
Artist credits include Nicole Scherzinger, Keala Settle, Robbie Williams, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Taylor Swift, The Wanted, Conor Maynard, Hurts, Jedward, Mel B, Bette Middler, and Sarah Brightman.
Television Credits include Abu Dhabi Special Olympics Opening and Closing Ceremony, National Television Awards, Mary Poppins Returns UK Premier, All Together Now, (Assistant Choreographer) Wedding Day Winners (Assistant Choreographer and Dancer) Age Before Beauty, The Harry Hill Show, The Brits, Bring In The Noise, X Factor, The Voice of Ireland Series 1, Let’s Dance for Comic Relief Series 2, 3, 4 and 5 (Dancer and Assistant Choreographer) CBBC’s Horrible Histories, ‘EastEnders Big Number’ for Children in Need, Surprise Surprise, The One Show, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, The Sunday Night Project, MTV’s Living On The Edge, The Bambi Music Awards (Germany), Magic Numbers and Everybody Dance Now.
Film credits include Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again!, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Disney’s Maleficent, Captain America the First Avenger alongside Dominic Cooper.
Fashion and Corporate credits include Universal Studios launch of Trolls at the Palladium, Debenhams, Berta Bridal, Very Christmas Commercial, Specsaver Awards, The Volvo 2013 Car Launch at The Swedish Opera House, ‘Vintage Hollywood’ at The Niagra Falls Casino with Mickey Rooney.
Theatre credits include The Best of Rock Musicals at the Hammersmith Apollo, Tonight At The Palladium, Aladdin, Peter Pan, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty alongside the likes of David Hassellhoff, Pamela Anderson, Brian Blessed, Ruby Wax, Paul O’Grady and Anita Dobson to name but a few.
Choreographic credits include Cinderella at The New Hull Theatre with Anita Dobson and Bernie Clifton, Jack and The Beanstalk with Chris Jarvis and Simon Webbe at The Wycombe Swan Theatre, Sleeping Beauty with Maureen Lipman and Cinderella at Richmond Theatre alongside Hayley Mills, Chris Jarvis and Matthew Kelly.