Kimberly Patino is a photographer, writer, and visual artist. Her work focuses on social and politics topics such as identity, body image, women’s rights, immigration, and the relationship between Americanism and her Hispanic roots.
Her art shows and projects, including Divine Intervention: A series on body imagery in the Photoshop world, have been featured by such outlets as The Greenpoint Gallery, 440 Gallery, The Bowery House, The Harrison Public Library, and the One River School of Art and Design.
Kimberly’s writing and images have appeared in numerous mediums, including ARTNEWS, Feministing, Arts Westchester, The Harrison Herald, Fashion Grunge, Danielle Yeager’s Inspiring Women Series, and Adobe’s Twitter. She currently writes her blog that specializes in art, entrepreneurship, and feminist culture, since 2010.
Kimberly is a graduate of Hunter College, where she studied literary criticism, women’s rhetoric, and fine art photography. A New York native, she lives with her landscape photographer husband, William Delarosa, and their three black cats.