Kendra A Kabasele photography
was born when LA-based Canadian Journalist and Published Photographer Kendra A. Kabasele transformed the worst pain in her life after losing her mother, into a beautiful passion project in honor of her mother and mothers around the world, every day, all year long. The Anita Claire Project was launched on Mother's Day of 2014, as a gift to her mother. The photos and video interviews are accompanied by blog text and the mission is to capture and honor the special bond and relationship between mothers and daughters (including grandmothers, aunts, and other types of mother-daughter relationships). Out of The Anita Claire Project came a natural transition into capturing other subjects, places and objects. Subsequent to her passion project, Kendra launched her main photography site, Kendra A Kabasele Photography. Her clients include Essence Magazine, The Steve & Marjorie Harvey Foundation, California State University Northridge, ABC's The Bachelorette's Eric Bigger, The Gourmet Retailer Magazine, Pepperdine University, Sundance Institute, Bachelor Insider's web series, "Will You Accept This Ride?", Ellen Degeneres and Steve Harvey's TV show Little Big Shots, The Wrap, Charity Water, and more.
After about a decade of experience in the behind the scenes of the photo syndication and licensing world, representing photographers and serving clients in all streams of media (print, broadcast, film, online, etc), Kendra has embraced her creative side and is creating photographic memories for people, from behind the lens. While she likes to call her passion "people photography", she also excels in the areas of capturing the beauty of travel and everyday objects. As an international photographer, her love for documentary style shooting also allows for priceless candid pieces, in every type of assignment she dives into.
Thank you for stopping by for a glimpse into her journey. Kendra invites you to "pause, to look..."