Kim Reierson is a California native who was raised in Bolivia. After graduating from UC Santa Barbara with a BA in Fine Arts, she worked as a photojournalist for newspapers in California winning several awards for her photojournalist work.
Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and her clients include Art and Auction, Forbes FYI, National Geographic, Ralph Lauren, Smithsonian Institute, and Vogue Mexico.
In 2000 she moved to New York City and in 2001 began representation by the Robin Rice Gallery to present date, and has had 3 solo shows and 12 group shows there.
She is best known for her photography book (published in 2007), Eighteen: A Look At The Culture That Moves Us, which is a visual documentation and an homage to America’s eighteen wheeler truck drivers. It was featured in ABC News, CNN, and National Geographic.