Kathryn Danylko first journaled when she was ten years old, hiding her secret diary under the floor mat in the family car. Although she earned Bachelor’s degrees in both Biology and Professional Photography, her first “real” job was as a technical writer – in Japan. She’s been working as a professional writer ever since, penning user manuals, video scripts, speeches for company executives, marketing materials, and more.
After leaving Japan, Kathryn journaled and photographed as she traveled through Burma, rode elephants near the Golden Triangle in Thailand, trekked across mountain passes in the Himalayas, white-water rafted in Nepal, and hiked coast-to-coast across England. She has continued to journal and photograph through her adventures of motherhood, mission trips, and most recently, her mastectomy. Her writings are punctuated with her compelling encounters with her Master.