Interview with Cate Vaughton

Last year in November I was interviewed by Cate Vaughton as part of her Masters dissertation. Now that she has submitted her dissertation I am happy to show you the interview details below. Hope you enjoy. What drew you to creating taxidermy? From a young age I’ve always loved wildlife and was fascinated with animals and birds. I remember at a very young age saying to my mum “mummy there’s a chicken in the garden!” Turns out it was a pheasant. My most memorable moment with taxidermy when I went on a school trip to the Wilderness Centre on Plump Hill, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. I was always fascinated by animals and creatures that would not move inside old cases in museums. I remem

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