I’m currently working diligently on several social change portrait series: Covid-19 and Tucson Frontline Workers, Tucson Black Voices, and What White People Think. Since March 2020, I have taken the portraits of 160 people, all while adhering to social distance guidelines due to the Covid-19 pandemic. None of the participants are charged. I’ve created a Patreon page to support my efforts with these three series. I would be so grateful if you would kindly consider becoming a contributor. There are 5 different levels of support that including exclusive content such as behind the scenes video, group meetings and 1:1 time with me. Thank you.
“As African Americans, we are caught in this world which celebrates the culture but not the people.
I want to dare to dream…”
Voices of Race, a portrait series by Kathleen Dreier, is dedicated to amplifying the voices of our BIPOC communities and being a call of action to white people to be social change agents.
Now referred to as Voices of Race, Kathleen Dreier’s social change photography addressing race issues was featured on KOLD News 13 on 05/02/21.
Kathleen’s Voices of Race is featured on Tucson’s KGUN 9 News program on 4/26/21. Link to interview included.
For those on a budget or simply not needing a full photo session, I’m announcing 3 more weekends of Pay What You Like portrait sessions. Really, pay what you like.
My annual Year In Review for 2020!
Information about an art panel that Kathleen will be part of on 12/17/2020.
Pay What You Like Portrait Sessions in December 2020
My appearance takes after my dad, but my culture and upbringing are definitely that of my mom. This has always caused an internal struggle, or identity crisis. I have always been too white for Mexicans and too Mexican for white people.
To review Kathleen's full portfolio or to discuss your specific photography needs,
Please contact Kathleen Dreier Photography for a complimentary consultation.