Books and Exhibitions

Every girl needs a helping hand in the road to success – even the go-getting-nothing-can-stand-in-my-way urban girl with confidence to match the tallest skyscrapers!

preview Urban Girl's Essentials

The path to success isn’t always a smooth one, however you don’t have to struggle in silence jumping all those hurdles alone – in heels! I’m in the process to speaking to some inspirational women in the creative industry to offer you a helping hand with their tips and quotations which will hopefully see you flying past those obstacles.


Let's do Lunch Urban Guide Series

Vision guide: mock up of first book

An Urban Girl’s Guide” are a series of book/booklets offering essential bite-size information from creative industry professionals on a variety of aspects on making contacts. Expected launch date:Dec 2015

Let’s do Lunch: An Urban Girl’s Guide To Making Contacts – And Keeping Them” is the grand finale self-help book every urban girl will want get their hands on! Drawing from personal experience as well as advice from a variety of established creative industry professionals. Expected launch date: December 2016


SUARTS presents: Black History Festival Exhibition 15th October – 4th December.
The 5th annual SUARTS Black History Exhibition will display art made by UAL students and alumni that focus on key social justice movements of our time: Migrant Lives Matter, Black Lives Matter and HerStories CLICK HERE for event info. “Through my lens” by Kai Lutterodt will be exhibited. Artist presentation and refreshments 5th November 6pm – 8.30pm. To RSVP email

The Urban Girl’s Essentials: Book and Photography exhibition is part of the ever-growing project “Let’s do Lunch: An Urban Girl’s Guide To making Contacts – and Keeping Them” showcasing my passion for telling a story through photography married with interviewing techniques. March 2016

More books to be updated.

To get support this project in any way please get in touch. Got someone in mind you think will be perfect for the book/exhibition? Email me

Thank you!