Katrina McPherson is an award-winning director and screendance artist whose creative, scholarly and educational work is at the forefront of the international field. After graduating with a degree in Dance from Laban, London, an early career fascination with the collaborative possibilities of dance and the moving image led to a post-graduate in video art, laying the foundations of what would become a multi-faceted and influential engagement with screendance. For over 30 years, Katrina has collaborated with numerous international dance artists with the resulting films, installations and on-line works presented at festivals, galleries, and venues. A much sought-after lecturer and workshop facilitator, Katrina has taught worldwide. She is the author of Making Video Dance, a step-by-step guide to creating dance for the screen, published by Routledge in 2006, with a new edition released in 2018. Recently, Katrina has adapted her teaching and mentoring to the on-line environment, enjoying the new concepts and potential that this offers in her work with artists across the word.