When starting a company you lean on fantastic friends and family. I’ve made mention of one of our photographers/models from our first photo shoot in November, our dear friend Dougie. Our other face behind (and sometimes in front of) the camera was my sister-in-law Kat Mathena. And I’m sure by no means did she feel obligated with that whole family thing to help us…
I wanted everyone to have a better idea as to who we are as a company, which is heavily influenced and dependent upon those around us. So I asked a Kat a few questions:
What is it that you do every day?
In the “job sense” I work as an Interactive Producer at a full-service online marketing company in Dallas called Agency Entourage. In the “life sense” I am constantly learning about this world we’ve been blessed with and striving to love like we were intended to.
What do you wish you were doing everyday?
I want to do marketing and design on a freelance basis and help my husband grow and run his nonprofit.
How long have you been into photography?
Forever. I love the idea of being able to preserve that perfect moment and return to it with just a glance. I began pursuing it as a hobby a few years ago.
What’s your favorite experience with your photography?
My trip to Guatemala. The country and the people are so beautiful it’s impossible not to take amazing pictures.
What book have you picked up at least three times and still never finished?
Crazy Love by Francis Chan but not because I don’t want to finish. It has become one of those books I tote around with me because you can open to any page, anytime and it won’t disappoint. It’s definitely a re-reader, whether it’s all at once or bits at a time.
What’s your favorite sport?
I like to watch just about anything with friends. If I’m participating it’s definitely water skiing or horseback riding.
Who’s your favorite team?
Certainly TCU but really whoever my husband is pulling for. I follow his lead on this one.
What was the last sporting event you attended?
TCU football game.
Who did you think should have won the National Championship?
What do you think of Gameday Cloth? (c’mon, give the right answer here)
I love it! It’s a genius idea that no one else has really run with until now. I know alumni will be extremely appreciative and will make Gameday a big success.