Kat Pigott discovered her love of cooking as a child, which led to a long career as a catering director at a historical hotel in Savannah, Georgia. After moving to Louisiana, Pigott became a chef, volunteer, and child advocate. The founder of several charitable organizations, including the summer lunch program Kid’s Kitchen for children in need, Pigott has received recognition from the governor of Louisiana for dedicated service to her community.
Pigott is the author of several children books and uses her passions for family, food, charity, and childhood to create her stories. She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and the Zona Rosa Writer’s Group.
Pigott lives in Hammond, Louisiana, with her husband, Jerry, and their cairn terrier, Walter. In her free time, she enjoys watercolor painting and baking.