Photographer Kindell Brown (she/her), began her career in 2004 as a media arts student at New Jersey City University where she collaborated to produce several short film projects. Upon graduation Kindell shot several music videos for local RI music artist. Her shift to photography began in 2016 when she enrolled in photography courses at The University of Rhode Island as a way to improve her videography skills but soon there after she immediately fell in love. Under the mentorship of her photography instructors, she continued with documentary photography as her main artistic practice and since has been able to capture and document several social justice protests, worked along side portrait photographer Celeste Sloman, published work in the Wall Street Journal, featured as a Artist in Residency at the CIC in Providence, and exhibited work in the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Arts 2023. Kindell continues to work in the documentary space and has reintroduced video work into her artistic practice.