With an MA in textiles from Central St. Martins, Kimberly has worked from east coast to west, from the UK & Europe in publishing, fashion, and art.

 She has drawn or designed for Coach, Hussein Chalayan, Anthropologie, and the Denver Art Museum, among others. Her illustration work has graced runways, print mags, retail products, and a lot of computer screens. She runs a print and pattern studio based in an old row home in Philadelphia called Nottene, pronounced [nuh-ten-uh]. It is a Norwegian word that means nuts.