Brooklyn, New York
Kisha Bari is a New York-based photographer from Australia who is passionate about capturing people through portraiture and visual storytelling. Her diverse skill set and personal approach has allowed her to photograph a range of subjects from America’s Union workers to high profile musicians and ballet dancers.
Kisha’s devotion to music and film photography have been realized in the book “Charles Bradley & The Menahan Street Band on Tour in Australia” following the Daptone Recording artists’ journey on his first overseas trip. And her portrait documentary ‘How Sandy Hit Rockaway’ was a featured container exhibition at Photoville in 2013, New York City’s biggest photo festival.
As a core member of The Impossible Project’s U.S. team from 2010-13, Kisha performed as photographer and developer of projects, exhibitions, and curriculum specifically geared for instant film and vintage Polaroid cameras.
Amongst having an array of International awards and exhibitions under her belt, Kisha’s work has been published in many media outlets including The New York Times, Rolling Stone, NPR, Pandora Radio and Elle Magazine and many others.