May 25, 2023

Kreshonna Keane’s photography gained recognition at the start of the pandemic when she photographed more than 100 people worldwide via FaceTime on iPhone, going viral on Twitter. She has since worked with clients including Cosmopolitan and Converse. Her first short film ‘I Look Good As Hell On Me’, gained the support of Converse, and was featured on HypeBae.

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