Kimberly Genevieve is a director, photographer, former mail carrier, and devoted dog mom.

Over the past ten years, Genevieve has created a personal body of work embracing her main character, Los Angeles! She has long understood LA for what she truly is — a haven for dreamers, expansive hills that hold your gaze, and towering palm trees that kiss the sky.

Canadian-born with a fierce daydream approach to life, she began planning her getaway to Hollywood at the age of seven. In 2009, with her camera in hand and a fully packed '94 Dodge Spirit, Genevieve and her now-husband, Andre, traveled cross-country from Ottawa to a tiny studio apartment in the Valley, where they slept on an air mattress that entire first year.

Today, Kimberly Genevieve is an award-winning photographer based in Los Angeles, California.

**Body of Work**

Genevieve's limited-edition Art prints have been exhibited and sold in exclusive art fairs across the United States, France, and Brazil, including the Affordable Art Fair in New York, The Las Vegas Market, The NADA Art Fair in Miami, Architectural Digest Design Show, PhotoCon LA, Image Nation in Paris, France, and Abimad in São Paulo, Brazil, as well as leading online Art marketplaces including 1stdibs, Artstar, and The Real Real. Bravo TV's "Flipping Out" also featured Genevieve's art prints.

Genevieve's sun-kissed photographs have been recognized and awarded by PDN, the International Photography Awards, and The London International Creative Competition. Since 2015, Genevieve has quickly become a sought-after Advertising and Editorial photographer. International brands have embraced Genevieve's singular vision through various partnerships and global campaigns. She has worked with Caesar's Palace, Samsung, Sugarpova, Mini USA, The Home Depot, Clinique, Veuve Clicquot, Virgin Australia, Alterna, One Kings Lane, American Express, and Old Navy, to name a few.

In 2016, during Obama's final year in office, Genevieve was commissioned to photograph Michelle Obama's diverse, all-female staff at The White House. That same year, Genevieve was selected among 77 International photographers for Apple's "Shot on iPhone" global campaign, which displayed Genevieve's photograph on billboards and magazines across 70 cities and 24 countries worldwide.