Kimberly Turner’s studies mainly rest in the field of photography, though her work tends to bridge the gaps between multiple media. She began her artistic education at SUNY Fredonia, where she graduated with a BFA in both Photography and Illustration. She continued to further her education at Indiana University Bloomington where she obtained an MFA with a concentration in Photography. She has received multiple awards including Canvas Creative Arts Magazine’s Editor’s Choice, the John Beck Award, and the Grant-In-Aid of Master’s of Fine Arts Projects. Recent exhibitions include "Pordenonelegge" at Galleria La Roggia in Pordenone, Italy, and "Attempted Meanings" at Texas Tech University. Turner is currently focusing her energy towards artistic projects including co-founding Revenge Magazine, collaborating with Chicago based scientist Mattina Alonge, while carrying out commission and personal work.