During the daily commute a pool of stories momentarily mingle and
weave around each other. The “Storyboard of Us” is a collection of
these stories that slip past us each day, moments we fail to notice, but
contain the thoughts of the society that we have constructed in a first
The collection layers a purposeful cinematography style on top of the
power of street photography. It pushes the limits of basic equipment
by capturing flickers of moments, within the windows and their
subsequent reflections of public transport trains.
Kimboid is a photographic artist located in Melbourne, Australia.
With work that spans documentary, portraiture and street photography, Kimboid focuses on creating work which encapsulates the "Beauty of the Inconsequential".
"My work is an exploration of the mundane. A discovery of the small moments that make up our lives, its gentle nature, its beauty, and its raw abrasive emotion. It is a refection of our society, what we teach, what we share and demonstrates the need for always striving for inclusion, hope, and above all else - love."
Selected for Exhibit at the 5th Annual Exposure Awards - The Lourve Paris
Selected for Exhibit at The SCOPE Miami Art Fair
IPA Awards Honourable Mention in both the Editorial Other and People categories for the work “The fight for originality”
3rd Place Motif Collective – Street Photography Competition
Selected for Exhibit at Brunswick Street Gallery - Smallworks exhibition
IPA Awards 2nd Place in Editorial - Other category for the series “The Search of Us”
IPA Awards Honourable Mention in Pets Category for the work “Lou Lou”
Px3 Awards - Silver award for Press/General news category for the series “The Storyboard of Us”
Australian Photography Awards 5th Place in Mobile Category for the work “Hidden in ROM”
PDN Faces - Amateur Self Portrait Category Winner “The Endless Search of Self”
Mobile Photography Awards - Honourable Mention in Street Photography Category for the work “Seperation
2nd Place Motif Collective - Street Photography Competition
Finalist in #CLICK19 and exhibited at The Brunswick Street Gallery