blog category created 20 February 2022 written by Taka George
Not only are Katie’s masters sonically superb, but what she has done for the visibility and accessibility of the world of mastering over the last few years is unprecedented, especially for under-represented people in the industry. Having worked with Katie personally over the last year, I can personally vouch for how inspiring and committed she is to positive change within the industry as well as her unwavering attention to detail when creating outstanding sounding records. Mastering engineers like her (and there really aren’t many) are the future.
Katie is one of the most talented and hardest working mastering engineers I know. She’s super lovely and always determined to get the best sounding results on any project she works on. The fact that Tony Visconti gave her a glowing testimonial for her master on his production of Bishi’s Don’t Shoot The Messenger says it all
Katie is a cornerstone of what the MPG should represent and celebrate. She is an awesomely talented human being, a great communicator and extremely helpful to all that ask. No project is too small and no question too stupid. She is extremely caring for the artist and their producer and that care comes across in her masters. She will be a top mastering engineer in the UK for decades to come. Katie is also a big supporter of the BAME and LGBTQ+ community, offering her services and time for free. Another reason to be represented and celebrated by the MPG.