Kimberly Hopkins is a native Houstonian and has lived in San Antonio, TX since 2011. Her background in Architecture and Urban and Regional planning has led her to the world of photography. Her passion for photography started when she picked up her first digital camera in architecture school. Soon thereafter, she applied this passion by mixing her design influences to create her own unique style. Kimberly believes “every photo is a memory; there is no better way to capture it than how you see it, not how the camera sees it.”
Q & A
Where are you from, originally?
Are there any milestones in your career so far that you are particularly proud of?
Showcasing my work for the first time in 2015. Since then I've been included in multiple exhibitions including one in Rome and the Gadson Art Museum in Gadson, Alabama.
What do like about having a studio at the Millworks?
It's my creative space and I enjoy being around other artists.