Earlier this week, Kendra had the pleasure of calling Sundance Institute her newest photography client! She was the official photographer for one of their events, a screenplay reading of “Social Justice Warrior,” a film written by Emma Fletcher and written/directed by Brett Weiner. The event was presented by Sundance Institute’s Feature Film Program.Read More
While I love to photograph landscapes, animals, nature, objects, and other things, some of my favorite things to photograph are people. I often call what I do "people photography," because whether it's solo portraits, a group of friends or strangers, relationships, life events, or any other scenario involving people, I love capturing the moments; interaction, relationship, candids, gazes, souls (and the "windows" to them).
I also grew up loving the holidays and what they meant. I loved the meaning of the season and that our family would get to gather for some good quality time - filled with traditions, warmth and love - with our loved ones.
So, when Susie came to me for her holiday card portraits, I was not only touched that she was trusting me with such a special and momentous representative of her family, but I was excited about being a part of shaping what that would look like for them! We bounced a few ideas back and forth, and they quickly became the stars in their own holiday feature!
Here are a few of our favorites!
Kendra's images have been published in The International Review of African American Art journal! Accompanying the article, "Hard Edges and Hard-Hitting Content: A Review of the Exhibition, "Hard-Edged: Geometrical Abstraction and Beyond" at the California African American Museum," written by Shana Klein, Kendra's images of the art on display at the museum are featured in the Vol. 26 No. 3 IRAAA+ issue.
Take a look!
Note: Cover photo not by Kendra.
Kendra photographed the COVER and inside spread for the October/November issue of The Gourmet Retailer magazine! A collaborative effort, Kendra shot the images inside the gourmet retailer Surfas Culinary District, based in Culver City, California, alongside fellow journalist Natalie Hammer Noblitt. From the foods to the warm and welcoming staff, from the owners to the cookware, it had to be one of the most mouth-watering assignments to date!