KATIE TUNN IS AN ARTIST, ADVENTURER AND MARINE CONSERVATIONIST living on the Isle of Skye on the Scottish North West Coast. Best known for her experience in Channel 4's year-long off-grid experiment, Eden, as well as for her own castaway-style adventures which are often featured in the national press.
Katie epitomises what an Ordnance Survey Champion embodies... an enthusiasm for the outdoors, a relentless excitement for adventure and a passion for protecting the environment.
Gemma Jones, #GetOutside Marketing Executive, Ordinance Survey
Katie has exhibited in England, Scotland and internationally. Her work resides in collections as diverse as Portcullis House in Westminster to private homes and military messes.
'Blue Planets' Paintings
Figurative and Portrait Painting
'Oor Wullie' Charity Sculpture
Described by The Times newspaper as a 'serial castaway', Katie's adventures are inspired by escapism, a desire to get closer to nature and a will to explore with minimal environmental impact.
HERE ARE SOME OF KATIE'S ADVENTURES
Katie has written about a range of subjects but is probably best known for her nature writing, accounts of island life, adventure experiences and #LeaveNoTrace travel advice.
Katie has contributed content to a variety of printed and online publications both in the UK and abroad.
Katie is confident and professional in front of the camera. She is happy to be put in difficult situations to get the work done and is highly knowledgeable. She's also easy and fun to work with so I'd highly recommend her to others.
Matt Andrews, TV Producer
Katie works with a number of brands, including:
Katie has regularly appeared on television, radio and online media as a presenter, interviewee and featured guest.
Eden, Channel 4
Good Morning Britain
The Today Programme
The Outdoors Station Podcasts