In the summer of 2005, Kat Goh roamed the streets of Manhattan, New York where she began to see the world in a different light. Out of boredom, Kat picked up the 3.2 megapixel camera she was armed with and began capturing the surrounding sights. Refusing to conform to the norm of run-of-the-mill touristy shots, she explored angles and perspectives of subjects in a way she never thought of before.


Once home in Singapore, Kat's pictures were loved by family and friends. With some encouragement, Kat started to uncover the art and science of photography. Over the years, she slowly built up her own brand of aesthetic sense to create images. Her photographs of people reveal an emotional understanding of her subjects whilst putting a piece of herself in the photos.


Kat's works have been featured in international publications such as the UK-based Digital Photographer Yearbook (2008) and the Sony World Photography Awards (2009) book. Kat has been placed in the top 10 for national category at the Sony World Photography Awards in 2015 and has also won 'Best New Blog' at the Singapore Blog Awards 2015 organised by Singapore Press Holdings Ltd. She is also a Getty Images contributor.


A self-taught photographer, Kat has since travelled to over 300 cities in 63 countries. She is currently based in Singapore.