I’m currently working on a photo series about females who are considered millennials or were born in the “Millenial” era (between 1982 to 2004).
If you or anyone you know might be interested in having their Continue reading “Casting Call: Female Millennials For New Series”
Have you ever called someone you admired a sell-out? Or have people look at you and call YOU a sell-out?
This is one of the most debatable topics when it comes to art.
Have you ever heard of the artist named Swoon? She is a graffiti artist who creates stencils of portraits and was able to turn her street art into fine art. Continue reading “The Photo Week: Why Selling Your Work Isn’t Selling Out!”
A letter to myself, hope you enjoy it!
Dear Younger Kimberly, Continue reading “A Letter From Your Fellow Artist”
Ever been so busy with what you are doing that you forgot where you began?
Sometimes when you work on something for so long or you have been in a place for many years you tend to forget “How did I get here?” That is what happens to me sometimes whenever I’m in such a frenzy or busy state. Continue reading “How To Stay True To You When Things Get Crazy”
Have you ever looked at a photo of yourself and thought that it doesn’t make you look great?
I have plenty of those! There are certain photos of myself that don’t make me feel awesome or that are super unflattering. As a photographer it is my job to make sure that anyone who comes into my studio for my services will leave with amazing photos. Continue reading “The Photo Week: Top 5 Places That Will Make Your Photos Look Incredible!”
Ever had that stage fright feeling of everyone staring at you…and you’re in your underwear?
That’s how some of my clients feel when they come to my studio. What’s interesting is that the majority of them are women, and they are absolutely gorgeous! And when I say gorgeous, I mean full on natural beauty gorgeous.
What’s “natural beauty” gorgeous? Continue reading “Let’s Get Naked: How Natural Beauty Will Empower You!”
Ever had a day where you just need a pick-me-up?
Sometimes it’s hard to get up in the morning and go about your day, especially if you are doing the same thing over and over.
It can just get so tiresome before you even start the day (because the moment you wake up you think “Aw balls I gotta do that today”) Continue reading “My Awesome Pick-Me-Up For The Working Woman!”
Have you ever had a weird or uncomfortable experience that just made you want to do something about it?
I’ve seen people go through good and bad experiences all the time. Every time I ask my clients what their experience was when working with me, I get a general statement like this: Continue reading “The Photo Week: How I Went From Model To Photographer”
Have you ever had this impulse to just do something out of the ordinary?
You turn on the television and you see your favorite show on and you just wonder “Hmm I wonder what it would be like to live like him/her?”
A lot of people I work with approach me with these ideas of portraying someone that is just totally opposite from who you are day to day: their alter ego! Continue reading “The Photo Week: Why It Is Okay To Unleash Your Alter Ego”
Have you ever been given an opportunity or asked to do something important, and you had to say no?
How did you feel? Like the bad guy right?
So many of us (especially if you are a giver like myself) tend to just give and give and we rarely or almost NEVER say No! One of the students in my workshop classes I assist approached me and said that I must get so much support and my Continue reading “The Photo Week: How Saying NO Can Be The Greatest Decision You Ever Made!”
A couple of years ago while attending college, my professor at the time made it a requirement to attend The Armory Show located in New York City. Her name was Asya Reznikov, an amazing video & sculpture artist (highly suggest you take a look at her work). She told me that I would benefit from the show…and I have attended every show ever since. Continue reading “The Photo Week: 3 Reasons Why Artists Go To The Armory Show”