Today we’d like to introduce you to Keana Renee.
Keana, please kick things off for us by telling us about yourself and your journey so far.
My life took a turning point to where I no longer saw life the way I once did before. I once had innocent eyes and was sheltered away into just knowing of my town and school. I never enjoyed the idea of being bound to conforming to society’s standards. I hated the idea of living a simple life and retiring without doing anything exciting. I wanted to live freely without worrying about what others think of me.
I began to lose my mind filled with depressing and suicidal thoughts. Once I felt like I went to my lowest of lows and I had felt discarded by society. Once I received help I realized that I needed to take control of my life because nothing was doing it for me anymore. I now focus on creating nonstop whatever I can.
Can you give our readers some background on your art?
I’m currently a photographer who is exploring a side of me that has always wanted to be free. A Keana with no boundaries and I can do whatever I want without fearing the consequences. I want to represent my admiration of cinema throughout the decades while playing with the setting of sunny Southern California and fashion.
I also support woman’s rights and have been learning about my background. I like to explore the ideas of being black, Puerto Rican and Mexican in this decade. I’m just expressing every inch and part of me.
In your view, what is the biggest issue artists have to deal with?
Money and work! We have to work to have money so we can pay for the materials to create. It’s a nonstop cycle.
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