Kate is Deputy Editor of The Knot Worldwide’s branded content studio, dreaming up articles, videos and interactive experiences for our brand partners. After more than 13 years as an editor, she has a passion for covering women’s lifestyle topics and crafting helpful, engaging content for readers celebrating life’s biggest moments.
Kate is originally from northeastern Pennsylvania (Scranton, represent!) but now lives on Long Island with her husband of 10 years and their son. When not in NY, she’s attempting to turn her toddler into a world traveler by dragging him around the globe.
Before her time at The Knot Worldwide, Kate worked in the fashion industry for seven years, covering trends, retail reporting and NY Fashion Week at a fashion consulting firm. (She’s been to over 100 fashion shows!) Kate then served as editor of the beauty, trend, wellness and home sections of Long Island Pulse, one of the nation’s last independently owned regional magazines, where she also penned their monthly restaurant and interior design columns. She has also written several travel and day trip guides for Thrillist.
Kate is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia, where she majored in Journalism with a concentration in magazines. While in college, Kate interned with Philadelphia Weekly and served on the copy desk at The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philly’s leading daily newspaper. She also spent a semester studying abroad in Italy at Temple University - Rome.
Important Questions from The Knot
Best advice for to-be-weds?
Don’t sweat the small stuff… remember that the most important thing is to enjoy the day with your S.O. and your loved ones. No one will remember the fact that there were roses and not peonies in your centerpieces, I promise you.
What’s your all-time favorite wedding song?
Going to be biased and pick our own first dance, “Calico Skies” by Paul McCartney. Almost no one has heard of it, but the lyrics are perfect.
Dream celebrity wedding guest?
Guess I’ll go with the most Long Island answer and say Billy Joel.
Best wedding after party snack?
After parties weren’t really a thing when I got married a decade ago, but these days I would go for an ice cream sundae bar.