Hi there! I’m Kat and I’m a food & travel blogger based in Hampshire.
I started this blog as a place to share my travel photos, stay connected with family and because I enjoy writing. Since then, Kat Got Your Tongue? has become my little corner of the internet where I write about my travels, the latest great meal I ate or my musings on a particular topic.
I love good food so I’m on a mission to hunt out hidden gems in and around Hampshire and share them with you here. I love the outdoors and you’ll often find me tucked away in the countryside in our campervan, or out on the water. I’m based in Hampshire, exploring & eating my way around my local towns of Portsmouth, Southampton and Winchester and beyond.
If I’m not away in our campervan or taking photos of food in a restaurant, I’ll be at my day job as a Marketing Coordinator for a renewable energy company. If you’re curious about what’s happening day to day, follow me on Instagram for lots of photos of food and van updates, or say hello on Twitter.
What camera do I use?
My photos are generally taken using either my iPhone 10 (if I’m being lazy), my Olympus TG-860 (which I love because it’s basically indestructible – and takes great photos!), my Nikon D3300 or my Olympus EPL-8 – the newest addition and my favourite! I use Adobe Lightroom to process my photos.
Get in touch
If you’d like to get in touch for a chat, email me at email@example.com or send me a DM on Instagram or Twitter.
BBC Radio Solent
An interview with Richard Latto for his evening show. In the clip I talk about life in Hampshire, our fantastic independent businesses & a little more about running a food blog.
Contributed an article titled Supporting Small Businesses During Lockdown – featuring 5 ways to support independent businesses.
Contributed an article containing 3 easy lockdown recipes – read here.
Southsea Folk Awards 2021
I was shortlisted for the Best Blogger category in the Southsea Folk Awards 2021! It was an honour to be shortlisted among so many fantastic local small businesses & creatives.