Kia Dyson is a photographer and digital collage artist residing in Brooklyn, New York. She appreciates and frames life as it is in all of its complexities, and uses the camera and the computer to bring the oftentimes-nuanced beauty of it all — and of everyone — to the forefront. Her work mainly focuses on the African Diaspora and the worlds of the forgotten people. Her photography work has been on display at The Reginald Lewis Museum, The Aljira Center of Contemporary Art, and in April of 2015, The Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago. She ended 2014 with collage work on view at Scope Miami.