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Photographer of the week: Cat Allen

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Cat, of EyeSpyCat photography, has explored, eaten and photographed her way around the world since the age of 18. She grew up with a camera in hand but really fell in love with photography after a stint living in New York. Being paid to take photos for the first time was a dream come true and thus a career was started in Vancouver, Canada in 2005.

Now living in Santiago de Chile, Cat is busy photographing everything from street art to fashion. She has been exhibited and published around the world, and featured on The National Geographic and Black and White Street websites.

Cat loves tackling her photographic assignments  from a different approach; whether that be from standing from afar and candidly documenting, or getting in amongst the action.

Several more photo series and projects are in progress which can be seen at facebook.com/EyeSpyCat


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