Kathy Watt

Event Photographer & Special Guest @ Australian Olympic Gold Medalist

Kathy Watt is best known to the Australian public as the first Australian female to win a Gold medal at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona. Watt also won an Olympic Silver medal in the track 3km Individual Pursuit. Kathy has a career of many firsts, being the first Australian woman to win a medal at a World championship when she won Bronze in the Individual Road Time Trial in Columbia (1995) and Gold in the Inaugural Commonwealth Games road Race (1990) after gaining Silver on the Track. Kathy is also an Award winning photographer. An image she took of Andre Agassi won a Silver Award with the Institute of Professional Photography. Kathy’s images won Silver & Bronze Awards in the International Aperture Awards in 4 categories (Abstract/iIlustrative, Photojournalism, Science & Nature, and Sport). Her photographic works featured in a number of exhibitions and photography prizes, including Olympic Dreams Exhibition, Winter Olympics Exhibition,  Tour de France Exhibition at Alliance Francaise, Kerala gallery’s B&W Nude Exhibition as well as their Landscape Exhibition ; and have appeared in a number of websites, magazines as well as other printed publications. Kathy is quite versatile in her choice of photographic subjects – B&W nudes, landscape, portraits, and – of course – documentary sports photography. Kathy has competed in 2 Olympics as an athlete & 4 Olympics as a photographer-PyeongChang 2018, Rio 2016, Socchi Winter Olympics 2014, London 2012