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About Me

Kimberlee Piper has always possessed a keen visual sense. This underlying force in her life led Kimberlee to her first SLR camera when she was in her twenties. Having found her passion, she studied Black and White Photography, Elements of Design, Fine Art Photography, Photographic Lighting, Photographic Portraiture and Photoshop at Pratt Institute. While studying at Pratt, she also worked as a darkroom assistant. In addition, she has studied at the International Center of Photography.

Kimberlee’s work has appeared in numerous exhibitions, including Where The Dirt Road Meets The Asphalt; a solo exhibition showcasing a three year project documenting the Roots music scene in New York City.

Kimberlee won Best of Show at an ASMP–NJ juried photo exhibition. She was selected by Susan Spiritus as a “Juror’s Choice: Out of Focus Exhibit” from Women in Photography International. Kimberlee received “Honorable Mention: Black & White 2014 Call for Entry” from The New York Center for Photography.

Kimberlee was an Associate Member of The New Jersey Chapter of The American Society of Media Photographers for five years, spending three of those years on their Board of Directors.

Kimberlee’s photos have been featured in magazines, blogs, and newspapers worldwide, including the U.S. edition of The Sun and the Cape Cod Times.

Some of Kimberlee’s other projects include:

Cedar Grove Beach Club, The Final Summer - A photo essay of the last beach bungalow community on Staten Island.

Shadows of Light - A photographic study of light and shadows using a 35mm camera that was converted to a pinhole camera.

Moving - A photographic series using night light and movement to depict painterly abstract images, including “Newark Bay” which won “Best of Show” at an ASMP–NJ juried photo exhibition.

Kimberlee’s images will display beautifully in your advertising campaign, book cover, or as personal artwork in your home or office.

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