Kim Shaw is a resident artist at Kew Studios. She has a degree in a journalism and a career in advertising behind her. In 1997, she left advertising to study at the Pacific Northwest College of Art and to work as a photographers assistant. A workshop with Don Kirby and Stu Levy on the Oregon Coast sparked an interest in the expressive potential of landscape photography. In 2002 she exhibited her first collection of landscape images in Portland, Oregon and has since shown work throughout the Pacific Northwest and recently in the UK. In March 2013 her work was featured at the studios of Willmott Whyte in London. In March 2014 she had a solo show at Jenny Blyth Fine Art at Art Jericho in Oxford. In April 2014 her work was featured in a group show in Vancouver, Washington. Her work in held in the permanent collection of the Kresege Art Museum in East Lansing, Michigan. In addition to being a resident artist at Kew Studios, Kim is a member of Photofusion, Inner Light Photographic Society, and has been a guest tutor and judge at Cathay Camera Club in Hong Kong.