Photo by Suzanne O'Brien

 

kim thompson steel - visual storyteller

It's all about story.  After telling stories as a character animator on award winning visual effects films and commercials for many years, Kim continues to create visual narratives through her photography and video work.

A Toronto native, Kim came to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1995 to work at George Lucas' Industrial Light and Magic.   Her current photography projects encompass her love of natural light, food, and lifestyle portraits of makers and creative entrepreneurs with their work. 

Kim is a regular contributor to the collaborative photography blog Viewfinders where you can read her thoughts on image-making.  She is a member of The Hivery, a creative and collaborative co-working space, where you can find her photographing events and shooting portraits.

client list:

Taste Kitchen & Table, The Hivery, Mindful PR, Leslie Sophia Lindell Photography, Studio B Creative, Joie de Vivre Hotels, Chip Conley, Sprouts Cooking Club, Mabel Magazine