Kimberly Woyak is a freelance photographer who loves an array of subjects. Her real-world experiences helped develop her skills as a photographer. There is no cookie-cutter journey on putting into words her career pathway for photography. Kimberly is a self-taught photographer whose primary focus has been on nature with its simplicities yet mysterious complexities. Her eye for composition, natural light, empowered by her passion enables her to create extraordinary images of ordinary common subjects. Kimberly has a skilled professional eye that is able to interpret an event or subject through illustration in her photographs.
Kimberly’s work has been featured in an exhibit called The Story of the Creative on July 24, 2013 at the Angel Orensanz Foundation in New York. Kimberly’s work has also been featured in a Wisconsin Nonprofit Newsletter Nijii Enterprises and The Wisconsin Division of Woodlands Tribal Artists Association. On July 24, 2014, Kimberly has had her work featured in New York City in Times Square on two of the largest video billboards as a see.me creator. You can view her art gallery at Kimberly Woyak Photography on Facebook, see.me, Capture Wisconsin, Pinterest, as well as Viewbug. Kimberly is a featured photographer for Restoring the Circle Magazine. She is also a curator for Viewbug. Kimberly’s work has also been featured in Native Hoop Magazine March 2019, February 2021, March 2021, August 2021. Kimberly is a member of AVA in Antigo, WI in 2018 and rejoined AVA in 2021. She won second place in AVA Summer in the Northwoods Art Show June 2021. She enjoys sharing art from other Native American Artists on her Woodlands Tribal Artistry FB Page. She is the Owner of Savers Food Mart LLC in Antigo WI and works currently as a Youth Counselor in Wausau, WI. Kimberly is from the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians and resides in Antigo, WI with her husband, Thomas.