Kim is a creative director, producer, curator and artist. Her work brings people together through art, conversations, public happenings & nature.
Kim is focused on creative storytelling and weaves together over 20 years of experience to combine people, projects and ideas across the arts, sciences, technology and design. Through curated collaborations, she provokes conversations that investigate new lenses to explore critical social and environmental themes, engaging new audiences through installations, large-scale immersive events, art exhibitions, public programming and more.
Many of Kim’s projects contribute research to RMIT University’s Contemporary Art and Social Transformation group. and she is a member of AEGIS, Art + Ecologies research network.
If you can’t catch Kim on the phone … you will always find her trailing through nature, usually in a well-worn pair of hiking boots with her camera and a pen. To see more of her art journeys visit Instagram or her visual escapes visit Instagram and VSCO.