Katie is a senior Historian and Museum Specialist with more than 16 years of technical expertise providing cataloging, inventory, artifact processing, photography, planning, and general collections management services.
Katie has extensive experience working with organizations of various sizes, ranging from historical societies, municipalities, and university museums to the large-scale repository needs of federal agencies such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. She has worked with a variety of collections ranging from archaeological to historical materials and archives. Her work includes managing large-scale museum inventory and planning projects.
Katie earned a Master of Arts degree in Museology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History, both from the University of Washington.
Gauges and Boilers: Georgetown Steam Plant Artifact Inventory “When I got the call from Seattle City Light (City Light) about the Georgetown Steam Plant project, I knew it would be the project of a lifetime. It would put my 16 years of experience cataloging museum objects, inventorying cramped basements, and handling irreplaceable objects to the ultimate test at one of Seattle’s oldest and most iconic buildings.” Read More »