Project KengiKat Blog

UNapologetically ME

As I sit down to type this blog I can honestly say that I am completely content, but not settled. I don’t think I ever want to experience what settled feels like. Especially as an artist, photographer and now gallery owner. I never want to get comfortable or complacent. I always want to have this […]

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Evolve~Portraits of Hope

February 3, 2007, I created Project KengiKat and Do Something Saturday, a small and very humble blog, vlog and outreach to raise awareness for homeless issues as well as provide vital hygiene items along the beaches of Venice and Santa Monica. In 2008, right after being diagnosed with HIV I created yet another outreach, Unplugging […]

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Folks Like Me

Ask anyone who truly knows me and they will tell you just how much I love photography. In fact, I often joke that my camera is my therapist and since I can never run out of things to photograph here in Los Angeles, I will be in therapy for the rest of my life. Even […]

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Pieces of Me

Can you believe we’re already two weeks into 2016? How crazy is that? Well to anyone who hasn’t heard me say it or even seen me write it, let me wish you a very Happy New Year. 2015 was a great year for me and I’m looking forward to what I can achieve in 2016. […]

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