She had an incredible story to tell, and I think the images conveyed that story in her images.
I find myself thinking of Masque Of The Red Death, where Poe had the main character traveling though different colored rooms, and each room was symbolic of something else.
I really like how the tutorial assumed you already new a bunch of basic photography skills, and were here strictly to learn this new concept. Looking forward to the Homework Assignment and finalizing the final image.
I find Kate's shooting and editing style refreshing because it's much different than other tutorials I've watched. She seems much "looser" to me-- no tripod, free-drawing masks. The final result is more important than the process, and it's nice to see that not all processes have to be so structured/stoic.
Kate explained some concepts about art and photography that I've learned from other photogs or other tutorials, and it was great to get that reinforcement in knowledge.
The "transition" bits that each video had really tied the videos together, so kudos for that.
Oh, it was great to see gels being used!
I don't want to say much more about certain aspects of the tutorial, because I don't want to spoil it.