Management: Nicholas Mishko, Nmishko@10and8management.com
Born and raised in Oklahoma, K moved to the United Arab Emirates at 16, with her family. She graduated from high school and began studying film in Dubai. Her first assignment was to film a documentary, which ended up covering her neighbour’s rottweiller, Gorm, who was rescued from an illegal dog fighting ring. At 19 she moved to Perth, Australia with her father, graduated film school, started a band, and at 20 relocated to Los Angeles in order to build a career in entertainment. Over the past five years, K has amassed a following from around the world from music fans to photographers and all the weirdos and outcasts in between.
Since moving to LA, K has made connections in various entertainment sectors, toured as a photographer and merchandise manager, working for internationally renowned artists, made a seven part documentary series about touring crew members, and has created content with JNCO Clothing, The X-Games, John Feldmann, Alternative Press Magazine, Lacey Sturm, Brian Cain, Maria Sharapova, SGE Entertainment, and more.
K has taken her love for all things abandoned and incorporated it into her artistic style, by setting her projects in derelict environments. She has made some of the most unique content online, not only because she has an eye for detail, but she’s willing to experiment and try unconventional ways of capturing a product, brand identity, band, or story.
On top of her freelance work, music, acting, and exploring, K also hosts a weekly, educational podcast, for both amateur and professional freelancers, across all fields, called Project Freelance. She has been consistently uploading for fifty weeks, pulling in industry professionals from the music, film, performing arts, and gaming industries. She also offers one-on-one Skype lessons to her listeners.
K has grown popular for her adventures as your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Girl. She began cosplaying as Spidey to create a project with another Spider-man cosplayer, named Chris Medina. In 2018, with Chris’ sudden passing, K took on the role to bring Chris’ spirit with her on her travels.
Over the years, K has developed a strong and trustworthy relationship with her LGBTQ+ audience, providing them with the necessary, and often unavailable guidance for growing up gay.
Several of her fans have her moto, “Stay Strong, Keep Enduring” tattooed on their bodies.