KATE TRENERRY is originally from Rochester, Minnesota. She studied at Carleton College, where she earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in History and Cinema & Media Studies, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2011. While in college, Kate received the Edward H. “Ted” Mullin Fellowship in History, led a workshop on Rephotography for a Carleton class in Berlin, and won a national championship in Ultimate Frisbee.
She is currently traveling extensively throughout Europe and the Middle East, documenting and exploring modern political borders while working on freelance projects and laying the foundations for a career in photojournalism.
Please feel free to contact her regarding freelance work, borders or anything else that strikes your fancy.