Katte Geneta lives and works in New York City. As a Filipino American, an islander, the sea is an important part of her identity. The ocean, islands, and land are common threads repeated throughout her work. She studied Fine Art and Philosophy as a Dean's Scholarship and Grant Recipient at Fordham University - Lincoln Center, New York, NY. She further studied classical figurative arts at the New York Academy of Art. She is currently studying weaving and indigenous Filipino textiles, and is a Museum Studies student at Harvard University.
Katte's work is in international private collections and has been shown internationally including at NURTUREart Gallery (New York, NY), Governors Island Art Fair (New York, NY), Sidespace Gallery (Australia), and Chashama at XOCO - Soho (New York, NY). Her work has been featured on CBS New York, Philippine Inquirer, Manhattan Times, and others. She has received a New York State Certificate of Merit and was part of the Visiting Artists and Scholars Program at the American Academy in Rome. She also works as a designer, editor, and photographer for a museum in New York City.