KATHYREPS  UNITES  ORGANIZATIONS  WITH OUR  TALENTED  ARTISTS  TO  CREATE  IMPACTFUL  VISUAL  STORIES  THROUGH  STILL  PHOTOGRAPHY  AND  MOTION. 

KATHY MCGUIRE-MULLINS (Representative)

As the founder of KATHYREPS, Kathy has 20+ years’ experience working at advertising agencies, production houses, and as a connector for creative employment. In her role as photography and motion artist representative for nearly 10 years, she has chosen to work with visionary, dynamic professionals who see beyond the shot list in order to capture extraordinary moments. 

Kathy believes in quality – both in work and relationships. She was drawn to this group of artists not just for their talent, or awards, but for their character. They are a fun, hard-working collection of craftsmen who constantly strive to push their unique styles forward while still making client objectives top priority.

In Kathy’s spare time, she’s striving for balance, not only in life, but in her Natarajasana (dancer) pose. 

LAUREN ACREE (Associate)

With a passion to learn, it isn’t surprising Lauren has a wide range of experience from driving the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile to being a hotel concierge, to marketing specialist, and on-set and event production. By enjoying a fast-paced environment, Lauren manages a few roles simultaneously, ensuring her organizational and time management skills are top-notch! Working with people is another thing that brings Lauren great joy. Getting to know clients, crew and hearing their stories feeds Lauren’s drive to serve and help others succeed. 

 
 
MACKENZIE TAYLOR (Social Media)

With five years of experience working in social media both domestically and internationally, Mackenzie has learned that no social media platform is alike, because where’s the fun in that? After university, she ventured out into the world—phone in hand—learning what it means to engage people with online content and how to get brand recognition in a world where every brand is trying to be seen. 

We are certain Mackenzie will be making history someday, and not just because she isn’t well-behaved.