Kimberly Camp born in New Jersey received her BA in studio arts and art history and she graduated from Drexel University with a master of science degree in Arts Administration. She has had a fond interest in art since she was young and her paintings and dolls have been shown at numerous venues across the U.S like the Smithsonian institution, the American Craft museum, the Hand Workshop, the Bomani gallery Baltimore Museum of Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and the International Sculpture Center.  She has also been featured in the New York Time, Essence magazine, the Smithsonian, Nouvel Objet, the Village Voice, FiberArts and National Geographic World. Besides Ms. Camp’s artistic contributions she has also served as a panelist and speaker at the art councils of Arizona, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan. She has also presented at Lila Wallace Reader’s Digest Foundation International Arts Program, the National Black Arts Festival and the National Endowment for the Arts. She has received numerous awards for her works and she also works as a museum administrator at the Smithsonian institution, Charles Wright Museum of African History and the Barnes Foundation.