Kate Schneider is a Toronto-based photographer whose work is based in the traditions of documentary storytelling and ethnography. Her most recent works focus on the impact that land, and the socialized landscape, have on individual and cultural identity in North America.
Kate recently showed her work in solo exhibitions at SoHo Photo gallery (New York), the Great Plains Art Museum (Lincoln, Nebraska), and Spellerberg Projects (Austin, Texas). Her most recent work, We, the Heartland, has received press from Feature Shoot magazine, Aint-Bad magazine, and Senator Barbara Boxer used two images from the project for her testimony against the pipeline on the floor of the United States Senate. Kate is an Instructor at the Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD University) and writes for Raw View magazine.