Making Buenos Aires her home of choice Kat, ex-editor of the German electronic music publication Raveline, installed herself in the local scene as a DJ and event organizer as well as continuing her work as a writer and photographer in IDJ, Meoko, DJ Mag, and Electronic Beats, as well as working for labels such as FAT!, Igloo, Lebensfreude, LoMidHigh, Tendenzen Freier Entfaltung, Airdrop, Circle, Definition. After becoming creative director of Wicked Magazine, a bilingual magazine focussed on alternative cultural activities in Buenos Aires, conducting a radio show called Wicked Frequencies, and organizing an artistic event row called Trashmission with her crew of Wicked artists and musicians whilst also DJing in countless events and clubs in Buenos Aires, Neuquen, Cordoba, Mendoza, Rosario, Puerto Madryn, Montevideo and Bogota and of course her native Germany, it was time to add something more to her universe. Returning to her artistic roots, she initiated a street art festival called Street Arte BA which unites over 170 street painters from over ten countries. Kat also continues to organize her own events, Trash Republique being the successful follow-up of Trashmission. From being an almost all exclusive female event, this party row has mutated into Blue Sunday, an advanced and arty Sunday daytime event which will go into its second season in Nov 2013, as well as showing its mighty prowess as Blue Republique, held monthly in special venues, thus returning to its underground roots. Currently residing in Berlin, she is actively working on building a bridge between the two cities, Berlin and Buenos Aires, by setting up her own creative agency.