Katrina Mitcheson is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of the West of England. Her publications on Nietzsche include his relationship to Ancient Scepticism and considering his philosophy in comparison to Freud and the films of Werner Herzog. She is author of Nietzsche, Truth and Transformation (Palgrave: 2013) and Visual Art and Self Construction, (Edinburgh University Press: 2021). The latter while not explicitly about Nietzsche, rather than a criticism of narrative understandings of self-construction for their neglect of bodily processes, informed by an engagement with a wide range of visual art, is infused with Nietzschean ideas! Beyond Nietzsche scholarship her research and publications to date concern the philosophy of art, including photography and film, and the thought of Foucault. Her interest in Nietzsche focuses particularly on his perspectivism, his contributions to drive psychology, understandings of the self/ self-construction, self-cultivation, solitude and philosophy as a way of life. She is currently working on a guide book on Dawn for Edinburgh University Press.