I am Kat Wilson a visual artist and photographic essayist currently working on lesbian-centric projects focusing on women that help elevate other women. I hold a MFA in Photographic Arts from University of Arkansas School of Art. My nationally acclaimed Habitat series explores the lives and personalities of sitters through elaborate orchestrations of the possessions and spaces that constitute their everyday environment. Through my cinematic stylings my work has been featured in The Washington Post, LA Times, Oxford American Journal and Communication Arts. My career as a photo essayist became quickly notable in 2003 with an intimate essay on all black biker gangs in Little Rock, Arkansas.