The Speakers bio - Convention Schedule January 2018
Kenny Kim has always been fascinated by the visual arts, especially the connection between art and photography. Combined with his love of travel and culture, he has become one of the most respected and sought after destination and wedding photographers of his industry.
Since 2006, Kenny Kim Photography has quickly grown into a nationally recognized studio and Kenny’s work, which spans the globe in over 200 weddings and destination events, has been featured in the most respected photography periodicals.
HIS WORK IS FREQUENTLY FEATURED IN:
Destination Weddings & Honeymoon, The Knot, Chicago Social Bride, Shutterbug, The RangeFinder Magazine and various online publications including Grace Ormonde Wedding Style, Junebug Weddings, Style Me Pretty & more.
HE IS PROUD TO BE A PART OF:
Kodak’s Approved Speakers and Mentors for 2011 – 2017
Top 100 photographers in the US/Canda by SLR Lounge
Top 20 A-List Destination Photographer by Destinations Weddings & Honeymoon Magazine in 2011
Platinum list member in highly acclaimed Grace Ormonde Wedding Style Magazine 2008-2010
The Knot’s Chicago’s Best of Wedding Photography in 2010-14
Active speaker & member at the WPPI, and was the recipient of the 2010 WPPI Award of Excellence -16x20 International Print Competition.
Kenny is the author of two books: “Wedding Photographer’s Planner” & “Digital Wedding Photography Photo Workshop” – both of which are comprehensive must-reads for any photographer looking to successfully execute a memorable wedding day shoot (Published by Wiley Press and available online & in all major bookstores.)
Sponsored by Photovalue
Triple Scoop Music
Seminars presented by Kenny:
All bookings are final. We reserve the right to change speakers and exhibitors without notice.
Convention testimonials Just want to thank you for the amazing SWPP convention. Even though I could only visit yesterday (15th) I had a great time and was great to focus on my business and what I want to achieve both short term and long term and to think of the area that I need to develop my skills in. Jenny