Kate has over 20 years of experience as a commercial lawyer specialising in intellectual property, entertainment, technology, contract law and international trade, with a particular expertise in film, television and digital games.

Kate has worked on a variety of well-known films, television series and video games. She acts for productions houses, broadcasters and games studios across Australia, as well as individual creators, assisting them to navigate the legal and commercial complexities of the Australian and global media.

Kate defines her job as “helping creators take their craft to global audiences.” She is passionate about ensuring her client’s objectives are understood and met and has the industry expertise to deliver the right results.

With experience both in-house and in well recognised mid-tier firms, Kate brings strong commercial acumen and niche skills to the table for her clients.

Kate is also the deputy chair of Trade and Investment Queensland, overseeing the governance and strategy of TIQ across its 17 international offices.

Kate joined Keypoint Law in 2023 and is based in Brisbane.