Kenzie Alizabeth started photography at a young age, using it as a medium to express herself without using words. By the time she was in high school, it had branched out to be a full time career and signed with VOGUE Italia and Art + Commerce for commercial licensing. She has attended the San Francisco Art Institute and City College of San Francisco for film and photography studies.
During the 2016 election of Donald Trump, she became a freelance photojournalist in the Bay Area, covering several riots and protests across California and at the inauguration of Donald Trump in January 2017. She won several accolades and held an exhibition for her work during this time. From 2016 to 2018, she was a photographer at the Street Sheet, a newspaper focusing on issues of poverty, homelessness and inequality in the Bay Area.
She is currently freelancing in Wichita, Kansas and takes new clients in San Francisco, as well. She is studying graphic design at Wichita State University. In the future, Kenzie hopes to work for a non-profit and dreams of continuing her activist photojournalist work in areas that are needed.
SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE (2015)
WICHITA CENTER FOR THE ARTS (MARCH 2016)
MISSION CULTURAL CENTER FOR LATINO ARTS (JANUARY 2017)
REVERIE COFFEE ROASTERS (AUGUST 2017)
THE DONUT WHOLE (AUGUST 2017)
CADMAN GALLERY: FIRST PLACE IN PHOTOGRAPHY (APRIL 2018)
86 COLD PRESS (MAY - JUNE 2018)
SHIFTSPACE ANNEX GALLERY (JUNE 2018)
TOBIE ANDREWS STUDIO (AUGUST 2018)
KEROSENE SKATE SHOP (SEPTEMBER 2018)
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ONLINE (2015)
VISUAL SUPPLY COMPANY GRID (2015, 2016, 2017)
VOGUE ITALIA ONLINE / ART + COMMERCE ( 2014-2017)
THE STREET SHEET, SF (2017)
TRT WORLD (2017)
THE SUNFLOWER (2018-PRESENT)