Artists ~ Kendra Whitcomb ~ Smithfield

Artist’s name: Kendra Whitcomb
Shop name: Kendra Rose Photography
Website: www.kendrarosephoto.com
Blog: kendrarosephoto.com/blog
Twitter: https://twitter.com/kendrarosephoto
Facebook: www.facebook.com/kendrarosephotography


1. Tell us about your work:
I specialize in Lifestyle & Conceptual photography but I don't limit myself to only those. I incorporate enchanted elements into the majority of my shoots, giving it a whimsical and story-like feel. I also promote positive body image through my shoots hoping to inspire and empower women.

2. How did you come to be a professional artist/crafter/designer?
I've always had a visually creative side.. starting when I was a pre-teen. I picked up a camera and never put it down. I decided I never really wanted to go to school for photography as it just wasn't for me but I knew I wanted to take my photography to the next level. I put my heart and soul into all aspects of my business and started promoting, networking and creating a name for myself. My passion for creating is something that has made me feel like a professional artist.



3. Where do you draw your inspiration?
Much of my inspiration comes from music, to be honest. Lyrics help me create settings in my mind. Of course, I'm also inspired by other photographers as well but it's mostly music.



4. What’s your favorite item to create?
Conceptual shoots are always my favorite because I get to incorporate more emotion into them. I always hope that when someone sees my work, they feel something. I hope it triggers an emotion within.. I hope it inspires them in some way.



5. What’s your best seller?
I don't think I have a best seller, as far as photography goes. Portrait sessions are what I spend more time doing.

6. How long have you been in Rhode Island?
I've moved to Rhode Island from Massachusetts when I was about 4 years old.

7. What do you {heart} about Rhode Island?
I love just about everything in Rhode Island. The people. The arts. The restaurants. The beaches. The first snow fall. The culture. It really is a diverse state and I'm happy to call it home.

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