The photography of 25-year-old Kimber Beck takes the form of self-portraits with a retro feel. Her work might be better described as body portraits that explore intimacy with the body of the self, and with the bodies of other women.
“Don’t choose the photographer, choose the person. The person with which you will be the most comfortable and whose advice you trust. Trust is the key to the relationship between photographer and client. Your trust allows the photographer to show not only his professionalism but also the soul in his or her work.”
"Photography is one of the few things in life that allows you to create your own version of reality, which I've always struggled with, it lets you rewrite it into something more that feels more magical."
In the short film “Me & You,” the stages of a love story between a man and a woman are depicted through a single location and camera angle–the man’s bedroom, as seen looking straight down from the ceiling.