New Personal Project from Adam Moran!

February 8, 2018 in Adam Moran, Kim Knight Represents, Uncategorized

Didn’t we say 2018 was going to be stellar?!

We are so excited to share new personal work from Adam Moran! Always looking for new and interesting ways to shoot sports and the athletes who champion them, Adam met up with personal trainer/model, Ashley Azevedo, for a night shoot at a boxing gym in Los Angeles. Ashley has been featured in several different publications as well as ads for brands like Golds Gym, Lorna Jane, and more. A collaborative effort between the two, the goal was to capture high contrast images with an old school gym twist. Mission accomplished!

Great work, Adam! We can’t wait to see what you do next!

Adam Moran! New Year, New Work for Adidas!

January 25, 2018 in Adam Moran, Kim Knight Represents, Uncategorized

Hello, 2018!

Now that it’s officially winter and we’ve got plenty of snow on our hands (in most places) we would love to share some new work from our favorite snow guy! In his recent project with Adidas, Adam takes full advantage of the season and puts the Adidas 2018 outerwear and boots to the test. Shot in Hokkaido, Japan, Revelstoke, British Columbia, and Mammoth, California, the project focused on capturing the lifestyle and action of snowboarders around the world. Find more of these images on and on instagram @adidassnowboarding!

Be sure to check out this project as well as more by Adam on his website!

Great job, Adam! Looking forward to a stellar 2018!

Beautiful New Work by Adam Moran for Aether’s Moto Collection!

July 5, 2017 in Adam Moran, Kim Knight Represents

Adam Moran recently took to the streets of downtown LA to capture these vivid shots of Aether‘s hot new moto gear in action. In this series, Adam puts Aether’s leather motorcycle jackets and accessories on display right up alongside the bright lights of LA’s bustling street life. Shown are the Aether men’s jacket, Badlands and the women’s jacket, Arrow, as well as their men’s Range Pant and Moto gloves. Known for their slim fitting, abrasion-resistant and breathable leather, Adam’s shots show just how wearable Aether’s moto collection is for a California summer.

Stunning work, Adam!

Kim Knight Production Projection with Chance the Rapper for Teen Vogue!

May 24, 2017 in Kim Knight Represents

Excited to share my recent production project with Chance the Rapper and Petra Collins for Teen Vogue! Super fun day! On the stands now, so go grab your copy! Check out the article here!

Kim Knight Represents Photographer Adam Moran!

April 20, 2017 in Adam Moran, Kim Knight Represents

We are so thrilled to welcome Adam Moran to the KKR family! Adam found photography at a young age as a way to explore new places, meet new people, and capture all the fun life had to offer. His curiosity for everything new and exciting could be explored through his lens and eventually took him around the world many times over while working as a staff photographer for Burton Snowboards. His experience in action sports gave him the ability to keep things quick, light, and fun no matter the environment or conditions. Adam’s work has been featured in magazines around the globe and in campaigns for brands like Red Bull, Mt Dew, Casio, Volcom, and Adidas. When not out exploring or shooting, Adam resides in Highland Park, Los Angeles.

Check out more of his work here and here!

Colby Lysne: Featured Artist for aPhotoEditor’s Personal Projects Series!

April 20, 2017 in Colby Lysne, Kim Knight Represents, Uncategorized

aPhotoEditor’s Personal Projects series focuses on the side projects of working photographers, putting a spotlight on how these photographers work creatively on their own. Today, Colby Lysne was a featured artist with his Homeless Connect piece.

Every year, Project Homeless Connect organizes an event at which the local homeless population can receive a series of services that may help them get back on their feet. In his written statement, Colby discusses his experiences volunteering for Project Homeless Connect by creating portraits at the yearly event. He details who he’s met, the people he’s photographed and the importance the portraits have to his subjects.

See the full article here!

Congratulations, Colby! Keep up the good work!

Spring Cleaning: Decluttering You and Your Life

April 5, 2017 in Amy Herold, Chris Strong, Dana Sabre, Grace Chon, Kim Knight Represents

This month is all about spring cleaning! This includes your life, your diet, your habits, your pets and your cluttered spaces! In preparation for the upcoming season, we wanted to dedicate this month to helpful tips on starting spring with a fresher, cleaner outlook.

There is something wonderful about coming home to a clean space. As much as I love the feeling of finding everything in its right place and having an organized home, clutter has always been something I’ve struggled with. This spring, I buckled down and decluttered and I’ve got some helpful tips for getting started and keeping it up.

First thing, lets talk about how beneficial decluttering can be! Working and living in an organized, clean space has been proven to restore clarity and reduce physical and emotional stress. Spring is a time for new beginnings as we welcome the warmer season and prepare for new (hopefully healthier!) habits and cleaning out the clutter can create that “fresh start” sensation.

1. Start Small & Keep Going

Photo by Chris Strong

Decluttering your home is a big goal, so don’t expect it to be finished in one day! Start small and move from there. This is great practice for the bigger parts of your home and also may help you realize the habits that have lead to a cluttered space. Pick a small problem area that you’ve noticed recently and clean it out. Conquer the junk drawer! Empty that overflowing closet! Gut the cabinet under the sink! Even a messy desktop on your laptop can serve a great jumping off point. If you don’t use something, toss it. If it doesn’t have a place of its own, make a place for it. This is about shirking off the unnecessary and organizing the necessary. Think of this as your point A, and a clean, clutter-free space in point B.

2. Go Room to Room

Photo by Amy Herold

Once you’ve got your small project done (didn’t it feel great?!) go room to room and keep the momentum going. For example, head to your kitchen. Appliances take up a lot of space, so if it doesn’t work, get rid of it. Containers for leftover food are useless without a matching lid, so gather the pairs and toss, or recycle, the spares. Try hanging pots and pans for extra storage space. Move from room to room with this attitude and start gathering the things your ready to let go of.

3. Get It Out

Photo by Dana Sabre

It’s best to do this step incrementally as you move through your home. As you gather the clutter you’re tossing, you might notice the pile getting pretty large. Take a break between each room and start to plan an exit strategy for the clutter pile. Do you plan to donate it, recycle it or trash it? Does it fit in a trash bag? Is it easy to transport? This is also a great opportunity to donate your unwanted things to charities that give back. One of our personal favorites is the Chicago based Economy Shop, which will sell your clutter and donate the profits to various charities like The Children’s Clinic and the Animal Care League. The National Furniture Bank Association (NFBA) is also a wonderful organization that accepts your gently used furniture to be donated to struggling families in need. A lot of these organizations, including the NFBA, will pick up your larger items, so do some research and find one that works best for you. Websites like maintains a list of local charities in your area that will assist with donation pick-ups so make sure to utilize these tools while you’re working. Once it’s out, it will feel awesome and this feeling is what will help you keep going.

4. Keep It Up

Photo by Chris Strong

Decluttering your home takes work, but recluttering is easy. Part of maintaining your newly clean space is breaking bad habits. There’s no need to make this your new obsession, but dedicating 5 minutes a day to maintaining your progress is a great start. Put things away, wipe off surfaces, and take out the trash. These are simple day-to-day routines that can help keep up the cleanliness and make everyday feel like a fresh start.

Spring Cleaning Your Pet

Photos by Grace Chon

Shirking off the clutter and cleaning your space can be healthy for you, but your pet can benefit from it too! Spring is the prime time for a good grooming session for your pets as they prepare for the warmer seasons.

Grooming isn’t just about maintaining a good-looking coat or managing your pet’s cleanliness, grooming is also about maintaining your pet’s physical health. Brushing helps remove dead hair, dandruff and dirt as well as distribute the natural oils in the fur to maintain a healthy, shiny coat.

If you choose to groom your pet yourself, its a great opportunity for some special one-on-one bonding. On our busier, hectic days, our pets can feel a little left out, so these grooming sessions are a fantastic way to reconnect and give them plenty of attention.

Essential Oil Blend for Clarity of Mind

Looking for a little extra clarity? Try this roller ball recipe to create and promote focused thinking.

Mix together…

6 drops Ginger Essential Oil

5 drops Grapefruit Essential Oil

4 drops Lemon Essential Oil

Fill the rest with carrier oil of choice, I personally prefer fractionated coconut oil.

Message onto your temples and the back of your neck.

With a clean home, a pet with a healthy coat and an essential oil blend for mental clarity, you’re ready to face the warmer months with a fresh start and a new outlook! Spring won’t know what hit it!

Watch! Grace Chon Talks with Circa about Pet Photography!

March 9, 2017 in Grace Chon, Kim Knight Represents

This week, Grace Chon sat down with to talk about her animal photography, the joy of working your dream job, and dished out some tips and tricks for the amateur pet photographers out there. Currently at 126K views on Facebook (and growing!) it looks like Grace and her furry clients are a hit! Way to go, Grace!

Check out the full video and interview here!

(psst… you can also find the video here if the first one didn’t work for you!)

Colby Lysne Interviewed by Kansas City American Advertising Federation!

February 28, 2017 in Colby Lysne, Kim Knight Represents

Earlier this month, our very own Colby Lysne sat down with the the American Advertising Federation in Kansas City to discuss his work, upcoming projects and the sources of his inspiration.

In the interview, Colby discusses his start in photography and design during the dot com boom and the process of discovering that photography was his true passion. Being an independent business owner in the creative field, Colby also goes in-depth about maintaining the creative spark that keeps him making everyday. And, of course, Colby mentions his love of the creative atmosphere of Kansas City, in music, fine art and agency creatives.

Check out the interview here! Congrats, Colby!

Grace Chon Captures Clinton Kelly for Woman’s Day Magazine!

December 14, 2016 in Grace Chon, Kim Knight Represents, Uncategorized






Extra, extra, read all about it! Grace Chon recently shot with Clinton Kelly as he visited Pet Rescue in Larchmont, NY, bringing tidings of doggy make-overs! Pet Rescue holds a special place for Clinton Kelly, being the very same shelter where he adopted his own dog, Mary. This year, Clinton decided to return to Pet Rescue and help the remaining dogs find homes just in time for the holiday season. In an effort to promote furry friends still without homes, Clinton treated the dogs to a bath, trim and some fun accessories to bring out their true personalities.

Grace then worked her magic and produced a series of beautiful photos that showed these animals as their best, happiest, friendliest selves. Thanks to Clinton Kelly, Grace Chon and Pet Rescue, many animals we happily placed in new homes with loving families.

Be sure to run out and grab a copy and enjoy with your holiday cheer!