Our Team

Katie Henry

Katie Henry is the Director of Art In Offices, which she founded in 2012. She studied Fine Art Sculpture at Central Saint Martins, and was then Vice President of Students’ Union University of the Arts London. She also has a Masters in Arts Administration and Management from Birkbeck College, University of London, and has completed an accelerator course for creative entrepreneurs. Katie is an active member of the Association of Women Art Dealers.

Katie's vision has always been to make art available to everyone. She has spent the past few years challenging the perception that only FTSE 100 companies can afford art, and has made it her mission to encourage companies of any size to put original art on their office walls by making it affordable. She's a firm believer in art increasing workplace productivity, and the power of art to reflect a company's brand values.

Katie works closely with a select handful of artists ranging from emerging talent to established investment artists like YBA's. Katie has a great eye for spotting emerging talent, and has worked with artists who have gone on to win art prizes, and have solo shows at museums. She is also well known amongst international galleries and has a wide network of fellow art dealers and gallerists.

Patrick Shutt

Patrick is Art in Offices' Administrator extraordinaire. He's our office lynchpin who liaises with the artists, keeps the website up and running, organises shipping and logistics as well as contracts and insurance. If it's administration, it's Patrick's realm.

Patrick comes from an auction background, where he set up an Arms and Armour fair with a colleague, and has worked in auction houses since he graduated, until he came to us that is!

He loves classical history, speaks a bit of Latin and Greek and spent the first few years of his life in Asia.

Bob Henry

Bob is our financial director and strategist. He keeps an overall eye on the company cash flow and advises us on how to best use our hard-earned profits.

Bob has a 47-year history working in finance. He has worked for Midland Bank (now HSBC), GLC, Matrix Group, and spent the last third of his career as a founding partner of Mobeus Equity Limited.

Bob is a history lover and likes a random fact, the weirder the better. He's a world-traveller, a gourmande, and has an encyclopedic knowledge of classic cars.

Catherine Loewe

Catherine Loewe is Art in Offices' consultant art curator, and advises us on established artists for our clients to collect and invest in. Catherine works with us on projects which require a strategy to be created for our clients who need their collection curated, or who want to invest in art, collect art, or exhibit their existing art collections.

Catherine is a gifted curator & has been producing bespoke art shows & projects in London for the last ten years. Some of her projects include installations at Coopers & Lybrand, St James Hotel & Club, the Marco Polo building, & the Nicholls & Clarke building.

Catherine has worked for Christie's auction house, the Marlborough Gallery, who represent Jackson Pollock, Francis Bacon & Mark Rothko amongst others, the Anthony d'Offay Gallery & leading international art magazine Flash Art. As well as having extensive experience with art galleries, Catherine has served on the acquisition Committee of the Patrons of New Art for the Tate Gallery & contributed to Art World magazine.

She has identified & popularised up & coming artists to a wider audience of private & corporate collectors, including the Saatchi Collection & Aspen Re, and has a proven track record of increasing both the value and the public and art trade interest in the signed up artists.

Pandora Mather-Lees

Pandora is our partner for art training. She specialises in providing training on the practicalities of protecting and managing an art collection, especially one which moves from location to location.

Pandora is an Oxford-educated art historian with over 20 years’ experience in the commercial art sector with galleries, museums, auctions houses, art related platforms, logistics, education and a range of professional art organisations.

Pandora is a fellow female entrepreneur, who is culturally plugged in and well travelled. She knows the art industry and its main players inside and out.