Born 1972 in London/UK.
Katharine S. Willis studied architecture at the University of Manchester, Manchester/UK, at the Bartlett School of Architecture, London, and at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Weimar/Germany.
After her studies, she worked in different areas, for example as a co-organizer of the Mediacity Conference 2008 in Weimar and of the Media and Proximity Conference 2010 in Siegen/Germany. Furthermore, she was co-editor of several books, including Mediacity. Situations, Practices and Encounters (2010), Shared Encounters (2010), and Locative Media (2011). Katharine S. Willis received two fellowships: the DAAD doctoral fellowship (2006) and the Blast Theory Residency (in collaboration with Thierry Giles and Mike Marienek) (2011).
Katharine S. Willis works as an architect, research fellow, and lecturer at different universities worldwide.