Born in Kingston, Kianne Patrice Hutchinson is a Jamaican digital artist, wall art creator, muralist, photographer, and lover of all things creative. Wanting to help people within the sphere of healthcare, she did her Bachelor of Pharmacy degree and went on to work in various capacities in the pharmaceutical industry. As a child, Kianne was given a small camera which started her along the path that would become her passion and eventually her business, KiannePatrice photo.art.design. Kianne’s photographic journey spans animal photography (“WOOFtography”), architecture, black and white, portraiture, and fine art. An evolution into contemporary and abstract digital art has followed and she sometimes merges these pieces with her photos to create a modern and synergistic blend. Augmented reality technology is used in some of her work to bring them to life. She has been featured in local and overseas magazines where she proudly spoke of her beautiful island of Jamaica, full of artistic inspiration and vibrant people and is happy to have some of her photographic work on VOGUE Italia’s PhotoVOGUE (including being selected by the editors for coveted “Pic of the Day” and ”Best Of”). Her pieces have been included in several exhibitions, (including at the BBA Gallery in Berlin and at the Jamaica Conference Centre – “A Celebration of Photography”) and her wall-covering murals have been commissioned for residential and commercial spaces both locally and abroad. She is honoured to have her art selected for inclusion in the Jamaican Office of the Prime Minister’s 2021 calendar; she is July’s Artist of the Month. In addition to art, Kianne is also passionate about the special needs community and animal welfare.
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