Kimberly is a Denver based photographer that celebrates 11 years of Colorado living, after spending 20 years professionally dancing and acting in NYC and prestigious stages around the world. Having dedicated most of her life to creative expression, her transition to photography utilizes her highly-trained eye through a different medium: a camera.
She specializes in a contemporary and minimalistic take on vintage neon signs, capturing the beauty of iconic urban surroundings, the serenity of waterscapes, and a widespread botanic appreciation. Her detail oriented eye informs her attraction to clean lines, angles and vibrant colors and helps her convey the feelings and nuances of her surroundings. She has a strong emphasis on the use of light and the feelings that are evoked by it whether it be color or stark black and white images.
Kimberly's worldwide travel, on and off of tour, has helped mold her creative eye as well as embed a true love of photography. Her collection of fine art and commercial work over the past 11 years of shooting professionally is award winning and has been published in traditional print ads, newspapers, magazines, covers, commercial media packages, theatrical playbills, and many websites. Her large, limited run fine art prints are being collected and featured in private home collections around the world, as the commercial arm of her work now seen in many hotels, restaurants, multi-family, and work spaces, continues to expand.
As a performer, Kimberly has been featured in many prestigious theatrical productions around the world and has had the exciting experiences of dancing on the Tony Awards, the Academy Awards, at the Met Gala, and on the NFL Pro Bowl, to name a few. Some of her favorite theater credits are West Side Story, A Chorus Line, Annie, Curtains, Spamalot, and The Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Kimberly has modeled on The Today Show, for Nokia, Aveda, in a Vogue editorial piece, and fun fact...she can still be seen on the package of Capezio Tights Package sold in stores worldwide.