Katherine Souza is a visual storyteller and writer currently living in Baltimore, MD. She was born in Meridian, Mississippi in 1995 and has been actively trying to find cooler weather since. Being introduced to games and films at the young age of 4, she has been writing, designing, and drawing ideas of whim and fancy since then. Growing up an avid reader, gamer, and watcher, she knew that the narrative arts were her destination.
She earned her BFA in Illustration and Game Arts at the Maryland Institute College of Art, with a small interlude to study Visual Communication at the Alberta College of Art and Design. During her time at these institutions she has learned the power of narrative art and to appreciate the more abstract things in life (like theoretical physics and Jungian psychoanalysis).
She has put passion into practice by making several games with her peers and also by writing quite a few short stories, and hopes to bring her worlds to life through game and book projects. She is currently employed fulltime as an artist working on therapy games.
Working as a concept artist, visual designer, and asset creator for upcoming therapy games.
Designed and created 2D assets that were used in game.
Freelance illustration projects for character design, portraiture, concept art, tattoo design, t-shirt design, and writing.
During Maryland Institute College of Art's Precollege summer program, worked side by side with students inside and outside of the classroom for one month. Monitored and ensured safety outside of class time while during class time, propelled critiques and provided advice to the students. Worked in both Illustration and Game Design Cores with Illustration Workshops alongside professional illustrators