Photographer/Editor – Kate Barclay is a successful business woman, stylist and photographer with two Worldwide Gala Awards nominations to her name.  Kate was the creative force behind Bendy St Emporium - a bricks and mortar and online home wares store that opened in 2010 and continued on until the love of photography took over and a career in full time photography and film became her focus.  


Kate has covered regional events such as the 100 Mile Lunch, family portraits, corporate head shots, photo essays for local artists and product photography.  Kate is the project photographer for the Silos Project, a collaboration between The Corridor Project, Legs On The Wall and Arts Out West.  Her role is to provide video content and documentary photography of oral histories and workshops.  


Kate is also a videographer and editor providing short video content for arts, tourism, local government, small business and education providers to name a few.  Kate provides the photography, editing and graphic design for these projects.


Located in Central West NSW, Kate is able to enjoy the benefits of being a busy freelancer travelling all over NSW and overseas as required.



Regional Development Australia - Central West

Cattle - Short film, Stills Photographer

DeSalis Wines

Percy's Bar

Cadogan Central Luxury AirBnB

The Yoga Room Orange

Orange Anglican Grammar School

Style Magazine - CWA Story

Hamilton's Bluff Vineyard

Melissa Barber Galleries

Centroc - LASEEP Video and stills

The Silos

Arts Out West

Legs on The Wall

Canowindra @ Home

Barclays Kelpies web content

MFS Farming Systems stock photo and video



2 time finalist in the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards

Exhibitor in the 2014 Art Unlimited Dunedoo Art Prize

High Distinction grade, RMIT Introduction to Photography

Runner up Mobile category 2017 Julia Margaret Cameron Award

Exhibitor 2017 Julia Margaret Cameron Award Valid Foto Gallery Barcelona

Certificate IV Photography and Digital Imaging TAFE NSW

Exhibitor 'Splash' TAFE Creative Industries end of year exhibition