Portfolio

ACT Health

In collaboration with HerCanberra, Kate created a series of content including editorial, photographs and videos to promote healthy lunch boxes for primary school age kids and demonstrate how to reduce the added sugar from a child’s day. Our focus was to keep the examples practical, simple and easy for the average parent to follow. Examples of our work are below:

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Content and workshops:

Videos:

The Heart Research Institute

Kate Freeman is the nutritionist assisting the Heart Research Institute and has written them a comprehensive eBook, called Healthy Hearts, used in their online marketing campaigns, contributes monthly to their blog and has created them a series of cooking videos that promote healthy eating and good heart health.

Articles:

  • Top Tips for Easy Weeknight Meals
  • Feeding the Fussy Family Member

Videos:

Cenovis Australia

In 2016, Kate Freeman was the nutrition spokesperson for Cenovis Australia. She was involved in two campaigns, promoting healthy tips for mums and warding off the dreaded cold and flu. Her role involved speaking to different media outlets and creating content for a range of sites and publications.

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HerCanberra

Kate Freeman is the nutrition feature writer for Canberra website, HerCanberra. She’s been regularly contributing to this widely read online magazine since 2011. You can see all her articles here.

Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets

In collaboration with HerCanberra, Kate created six seasonal and nutritious recipes to showcase the produce and flavour of the markets and encourage people to visit.

CBR100 Challenge

Kate developed a 12 week nutrition plan, including recipes and weekly tasks to compliment the training program for individuals and teams preparing to participate in the 25km, 50km and 100km walk for the CBR100 Challenge around the Canberra Centenary Trail.

Geoscience Australia

As part of their health and wellbeing program, Kate Freeman created 9 exclusive recipes for distribution amongst their employees. The recipes were then designed using their logo and branding to keep continuity with their program and other resources.