Kate Hulett is a photographer and visual artist from Perth, Western Australia. 

In March 2020, Hulett exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe with her work, 'Lost at Sea', a sculpture intended to generate discussion about public transport along the Western Australian coastline. This work was followed up in 2021 with a photographic representation of twenty fictional bus stops along this imagined coastal route - with 'I'll Take You There' - the first photography work ever exhibited in Sculpture by the Sea. 

In 2022's Joondalup Festival, 'I'll Take You There' was exhibited at Tom Simpson Park with a reworked series of images spanning the City of Joondalup coastline. 

In 2019, Hulett was awarded first prize in the Iris Award for new and outstanding portraiture by the Perth Centre of Photography (PCP) with her portrait titled 'Salvation', and in 2021, 'Hospital Study 3 (from Jeanette's garden)' was selected as a finalist in the same Awards. Her photography work has also been selected for the promotion of the Black Swan Theatre production of George Orwell's 'Animal Farm' in the 2020 season, the Gazoo Racing Club for Toyota, and in the 2021 #rollupforWA ad campaign created on behalf of the State Government of WA. 

In June 2020, she hosted and produced an online exhibition - CUT IT OUT - which featured over 260 works by Artists from across the world. 

In 2018, Hulett was selected as a finalist in the PCP CLIP Award (New Perspectives in Landscape Photography) and she curated the group show, CUT IT OUT, at Smart Casual galley (2018). Her work was exhibited at the Rotterdam Photo festival (2019) and in 'Exposed' - part of the Head On photo festival in Sydney (2019). In 2021 - Hulett was part of Sculpture by the Sea: Behind the Scenes at Spectrum Art Space. 

Hulett also owns and operates the concept store, Kate and Abel, runs a hat label (St Saviours) and earring brand (Pierce, I Love You - with co-designer, Carla Adams), and recently managed the various Spacemarket 'MANY' projects, a business that activates empty buildings in WA.

For more 35mm photography see @impatientdeveloper