Kathryn Tully is a British freelance journalist and editor who covers the arts, business, finance and travel from New York. She has just returned from an 18-month road trip around the US and Canada in a travel trailer with her husband, Shane, and rescue cat, Sonny. She has a separate blog and Instagram account devoted to this adventure.
Words she has put in a row have appeared in the Financial Times, The Economist, The New York Observer, The Guardian, The Times of London, Forbes Magazine, Art + Auction Magazine and Worth Magazine, among others. She writes the Priceless blog for Forbes about the market for art and other collectibles and has contributed to a BBC.com column on collecting trends. She formerly wrote the weekly Loot column for the US edition of Metro Newspaper, where she profiled people who had changed careers and covered personal finance news.
Kathryn has reported from 15 countries in the Americas, Asia, Europe and Africa on assignments that range from white water rafting in Colorado to reporting on economic conditions in Moscow. She has interviewed prime ministers, penguin experts, CEOs, central bank governors, artists, novelists and one stand-up comic Baptist pastor.
A former magazine editor, Kathryn writes and and edits white papers, articles, newsletters, blogs and other web content for Fortune 500 companies as well as book and catalog essays for artists and galleries. She also moderates round tables and panelist discussions, conducts video and podcast interviews and is a speaker at arts and business events.
Kathryn got her start in journalism 20 years ago in London, writing country reports for an international business magazine. She has held staff positions on a number of international titles, including two years as the editor of Corporate Finance Magazine, three years as corporate editor of Euromoney Magazine in London and 18 months as US markets editor for Euromoney Magazine in New York.
She has been freelancing from New York for the last 12 years and has a degree in English Language and Literature from Somerville College, Oxford University.