"Few people liked her face: the face was too cold, the eyes too intense; nothing could ever lend her the charm of a soft focus."

Ayn Rand in Atlas Shrugged

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thank you for the cameras, Kim. I used to want a polaroid camera until they stopped making the film. I was lucky enough that you gave me two and gave me some film to start with. Lately I have been not really into photography...I hate it. I just don't want to do it anymore...I felt down about my pictures, like I couldn'… Read more

thank you for the cameras, Kim. I used to want a polaroid camera until they stopped making the film. I was lucky enough that you gave me two and gave me some film to start with. Lately I have been not really into photography...I hate it. I just don't want to do it anymore...I felt down about my pictures, like I couldn't take anything good and like it wasn't even worth buying a new camera (since mine is broken.) But thank you, Kim, because you've given my love for photography a new life... I am absolutely obsessed with these cameras and I'm almost already done with the 10 shots of the 600 that i've been trying to use sparingly...I went a little crazy today. I like the camera that takes the fuji better but it's harder to use so I haven't been as addicted to it. Now I can't wait to get my 40d and see what I can take with it...and I love this nice little pile of PHOTOGRAPHS I have on my desk now...instead of a folder on my pc. It's lovely and amazing. I owe you. Thank you.

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April 26, 2009
buradori says:

kim is inspiring. she consistently produces beautiful photographs. whether instant or not, i am always intrigued by her work. as if producing beautiful photographs wasn't enough...she decided to generously give up about one thousand polaroids to create what we affectionately refer to as the "polaroid house", or … Read more

kim is inspiring. she consistently produces beautiful photographs. whether instant or not, i am always intrigued by her work. as if producing beautiful photographs wasn't enough...she decided to generously give up about one thousand polaroids to create what we affectionately refer to as the "polaroid house", or "polaroid mecca". it truly is a wonderful art installation, and i hope it will continue and evolve for years to come... thank you for sharing your craziness, and creativity with us! :)

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July 6, 2008

reasons you should like kim: 1. her work is wonderful. 2. she is super fucking cool. 3. she is a super polaroid nerd in a fantastic way. 4. her work is wonderful. 5. she has the power to control the sun. 6. her work is wonderful. i could go on and on, but it'd be more fun to see for yourself.

July 30, 2007
Kindhearted Peace (deleted)

an exceptional photographer with a prodigious sensitivity for the great and the little things that make up everyday life. for beatiful light and for the intangible that makes snaps turn into art. a true gift to flickr. i love your work.

July 19, 2007

Kim brings a whole new meaning to Polaroids. She is not afraid to do something out there. She really shines threw her photos. A mix of magic with wonder. Her work is very inspiring to anyone who lays eyes on it.

July 9, 2007