The New kattadachi.com

Well, it’s recently come to my attention that I’ve been sticking with the same theme here at kattadachi.com despite the change in my skill set and, more importantly, goals. As much as I loved the old theme (Sela, for those wondering), I needed to change to one that better reflected the needs of my growing…Read more »

On the Borderline

I wrote this in the last year of my undergrad as part of my literary journalism course. While it may have strayed from the original purpose, it was still a piece that I had been wanting to write for years – I just needed the opportunity. Publishing it has gone much the same way. At…Read more »

Realfighting Designs

It’s pretty amazing to get to say this: in addition to the designs I’ve done for Trent Beretta, Chuck Taylor, and Rocky Romero, my own line of designs is now available at What A Maneuver! It’s been kind of a whirlwind. I genuinely don’t even know what to say. This is a dream come true.…Read more »

The Best Group Project

I failed to mention in my last post that among some not-so-great group work experiences this term, there was one that will probably stand as the best group project I’ve ever been a part of. Alice, Mumbi, Roshan, Asena, Lisa, and I all worked together to create this article about the Libyan slave trade and the…Read more »

A New Chapter

It’s hard to believe I haven’t updated this blog in nearly two years. Obviously a lot has happened since then, so I’ll skip to the highlights. I suppose the biggest piece of news is that I’ve recently relocated to the UK to study Multimedia Journalism in a Masters program at the University of Westminster in…Read more »

Ecuador: The Finale

Hey folks! Just a quick update to tell you that the paper I wrote with Brittany Pitruniak and Morgan Messelink has (finally!) been published in Earth Common Journal at MacEwan University and is now available to be read online from anywhere in the world through JournalQuest or here from the ECJ website. It’s been a long journey…Read more »

Roadtrip #1

Took a roadtrip to BC and Montana this past weekend with my good friends Sarah, Celia, and Spencer. I spent most of my time annoying my friends with my ukulele playing or taking photos. Here are some of my favourites–don’t worry, I won’t post any of my ukulele playing.   (Calling this Roadtrip #1 because…Read more »