Kate Duncan Sherwood is a photographer, anthropologist, and proud cat parent based in Washington, DC.
Kate first picked up a camera over a decade ago when she would shoot her high school's sports teams in order to get out of the gym requirement. In 2010, Kate traveled to Italy on a National Geographic Student Expedition where she was trained in digital photography by Nat Geo photography expert, Massimo Bassano. Since then she has engaged in photography expeditions in nearly two dozen countries.
A holistically trained anthropologist, Kate conducts research in forensic and physical anthropology. Utilizing 3D technology and her scientific photography training by the late Donald Hurlbert, she combines art and science to digitally preserve, document, and research human skeletal and mummified remains.
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