Broadcaster. Writer. Photographer.

The Spoken Word

  ACADEMY AWARDS  2012 | PHOTO BY PETER BROOKER

ACADEMY AWARDS  2012 | PHOTO BY PETER BROOKER

More than just a talking head, Kendra's experience in broadcasting spans more than 15 years and includes television, radio and the podcast world. She has appeared on CH/Global TV's "Soul Call" in Montreal, Canada, the documentary "Diary of Successful Black Men", on AfterBuzz TV, EXTRA TV's Maria Menounos' online after-show podcast hub and "America's Next Top Model" All-Star season.

  Photo by: Stephen Lemieux

Photo by: Stephen Lemieux

As a Journalist, TV Host, Producer, Writer and Producer, Kendra remains consistent in her interest in being involved in all aspects of her milieu.

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The Written Word

Where the proverbial glass is half full...we shift the focus from the negative to the positive things celebrities are doing with their platforms. Also featured are everyday people who are giving back. Celebrity Optimist launched in 2011.

Also in 2011, Kendra was one of the featured writers in Lisa Nicole Bell's book, "The Legacy Letters: 30 Women Address the Next Generation," where she wrote a letter to her teenage self. In 2010 Kendra launched "Kenversations, Conversations with Kendra". She was also writing for Fashion Designer Tadashi Shoji's brand. Her articles can be found HERE. Tadashi is inspired by the everyday woman. More recently, Kendra has been writing and producing digital content for Telepictures' Emmy Award-winning entertainment news show, "Extra." Her articles can be found HERE. Kendra is a freelance writer and reporter for the longstanding trade publication Variety. She is also a copywriter and editor for Global Creative E-Commerce for clothing brand Forever 21.


Worth 1,000 Words

The Anita Claire Project is almost three years old! A very personal photography/documentary project launched on Mother's Day 2014 in honor and in memory of her mom. It captures and highlights the bond between mothers and daughters. Not only does she capture their stories through photos, but Kendra allows you to hear how each mother feels, "In Their Words."

In addition, Kendra has released a web series, highlighting the behind-the-scenes happenings, "In [Her] Own Words."

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Kendra A. Kabasele Photography

Over the years, Kendra's photography has expanded from mother/daughter portraiture to include families, weddings, lifestyle, day-in-the-life, events, places, editorial, magazine covers, and more.

You can view her client list and testimonials HERE.