I am proud to welcome Kim Fuller Photography to The Revelation Project.
I met Kim in 2001 when I hired her initially to shoot my wedding day. I loved her style and her personality so much I then hired her to do all of my commercial business work when I had my children’s company. I have always had a deep respect for her both personally and professionally and I am honored to have her aboard.
Kim is a natural fit for the project because of her deep insight, authentic and honest approach, and incredible talent. Please join me me in welcoming her….
TRP: What have you been up to personally and professionally in the last few years?
Kim: I have been a freelance photographer for over 25 years. I have been blessed with clients who are part of a family, running a business, designing publications for schools or getting married and having babies. I also have been studying meditation and Buddhism for six years and have applied my studies leading workshops on peaceful living. That business is called Wabi Sabi Way and was co-founded with Rachel Balaban. I have raised three great children, the last of whom has only been with us for 3 years. He was adopted at the age of 7.
TRP: What made you want to be a part of TRP?
Kim: When I first saw what was happening with TRP I thought it was so beautiful and inspiring. I have led workshops that address how we as women feel being photographed, how we feel about aging, beauty and being focused on so TRP was very much inline with that to me. The workshops I had done were so powerful and insightful for the women that I knew TRP would have a similar effect on the women. Photography is a wonderful tool to address these issues and along with the questions and blogging that follow in TRP it adds a wonderful layer to the work.
TRP: What do you think is most exciting about shooting for the project?
Kim: What is exciting is that I will be able to do more of what I love and I am sure have revelations of my own along the way. I am sure I will meet some very smart, brave and insightful women who will inspire my creativity and own self- exploration.
TRP; What is your favorite music/song?
Kim: I love the Beetles song “Imagine.” It is what I dream of. I love Michael Jackson, Erykah Badu, John Legend, India Arie, Cilo Green, Led Zeppelin and even some pop artist like Lady GaGa, Maroon 5 and the Black Eyed Peas. I like anything I can dance to.
TRP: How would you describe your photography?
Kim: My photography style is very editorial. I have always tried to help my subject be a part of the art by feeling at ease and letting their natural selves come through in the images. I feel like the process is about connecting with my subjects in a way that is calming yet exciting and working together to create something great in the pictures.
TRP: Tell us three things about you that you feel we should know- or three things that not many people know about you!
I love the truth
I love my family
I love nature
IF I can add a forth it would be that I love to dance at any given moment. Lots of people know that about me though. Especially if we have been at the same party!