I'm a single mom of 3 children now teenagers, with strong passion for color and artistry. I've been a lover of cosmetics, beauty and fashion ever since I was a little girl. I would play with cosmetic foundations, lipsticks and eye shadows to make combinations of color, hues and tones ever since the age of 6; taking my family and friends faces as canvases while using my mother's Fashion Fair makeup. I've kept my love of makeup as a hobby - buying books, watching YouTube videos until 2010 where I was asked to be a makeup assistant for a photo shoot in Atlanta, GA, which became my first paying job. I thought if I could make a living in the industry of makeup artistry, something that I loved, maybe I could stop working for someone else and which is exactly what I'm meant to do. In the beginning of 2011, I had searched for a school to attend in Atlanta but there weren't any that I felt could give me the education I so desired until a school based out of LA- Last Looks Makeup Academy. I found out that they are a traveling makeup school with several locations throughout United States and Europe. So I attended the one in New York City and had the pleasure of working on models for that year’s Fashion Week and multiple beauty/cosmetics company’s ad campaigns.
Now, as a freelance makeup artist working under my company name Keisha White Concepts based out of Atlanta, GA—my “clean flawless look” can be found on film/television productions, photo shoots for magazines (national and international), designers and print work like catalogs, comp cards and even business materials. I have had the pleasure of working with and under some of the best photographers: William Roberts, Primetime Studios/Emmy-Winner Afif Cherif, Allen ‘kNaLiGe’ Cooley and Black Tie Photography to name a few. Also I've been moving in the direction of Film and Television for the past 3 or more years. Working on some of the Southeast independent productions: Way-Young Productions, Ray 2 Life Productions, Hall 2, iflixtv-HQ, LLC, OutSpoken Films, Robert Ant Production with Monte Carlo Productions and PushPush Film & Theater to name a few.
I'm looking forward to working more in the Film and Television industry, while still keeping my humble beginnings of photography and fashion near. I still do them (photography and fashion) when requested
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