© Katherine Snow 2019

Exhibited EU Policy Lab European Comission / Blockchain4EU  - Gigbliss

(April 2018) 


Exhibited Design Exhibition Scotland 2018 - Listening Lamps

(May 2018) 


Exhibited New Designers 2017 - Listening Lamps

(July 2017)


Exhibited Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show - Listening Lamps

(June 2017)


RSA Student Design Awards  /  Finalist - Team Step's Heritage Cubes

(May 2015)






I am Katherine Snow.


I am fascinated by our interactions with things -  physical things, graphic things, digital things - and how meaning is conveyed, experiences produced and culture created throughout these different spaces. 


My practice studies  use; exploring  mindset,  motivation, affect and narrative - all that happens between a person and an object. In 2017 I graduated from Product Design  at Edinburgh College of Art, however my work has always been inherently interdisciplinary. My aim is to create meaningful products through thoughtful playful interactions. This has led me to complete a residency within the Design Informatics department of the University of Edinburgh. I am now continuing my research within an MRes in Anthropology and Perception at University of St Andrews, in which I am exploring how designed objects can be tools in research and become 'scaffolding for dialogue'. 


I am also co-founded Povo, a new project creating, consulting and thinking in Edinburgh, with Linda Ma & Briana Pegado. I play guitar (a lot), have been the back-end of a pantomime camel and was once accidentally cast in a production of King Lear.



A written introduction.



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BA (hons) & MRes

UX Researcher - CPUX-UT certification



Anthropology, Art and Perception MRes - Current

Awarded Social Anthropology Prize 2019 

University of St Andrews



Product Design BA (Hons) - First Class Hons

University of Edinburgh



A-Levels ABB / GCSEs 11 A* - B

Queen Elizabeth School






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