Katie Allcorn is a mother and a forever student with a degree in studio art from Mississippi State University. After completing her emphasis in graphic design, she operated a freelance studio for ten years before growing desperate to ditch Adobe Creative suite and go analog. Katie started drawing tiny landscapes at a laundromat in Texas in 2019.
Post-burnout, Katie untied her self-worth from her hustle and productivity. She started a self-compassion practice and embraced her feminine energy by slowing down, connecting with other women, feeling all her feelings, and working with her hands. After years of working out of a backpack with baskets of dirty clothes in tow, Katie now makes images and writes personal essays during nap time in the laundry room of her own home in Fayetteville, Arkansas.