Kim believes in human-centric design and integrating technology with strategy in her time-based work. With a background in fine art, music, and carpentry, Kim brings an attention to detail and diverse styles to both her art and commercial work.

Kim holds a degree in Digital Art & Design from Full Sail University and was inducted into their hall of fame in 2013. She has shown art at places like Stony Island Arts Bank, SOFA Expo, The Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago and Facets Cinematheque. She has an interactive room to visualize and create sound as part of the permanent collection at the National Music Center/Studio Bell in Canada. Kim tours internationally with performance projects building digital and analog video, synthesis, and visual effects systems. Her commercial work encompasses brands like Intel, Meta, Jaguar, Four Season, and a suite of other household consumer product names.

Kim currently runs her creative firm and studio Make Amazing Inc. in Chicago, IL USA. She is an outspoken advocate for social change through technology, meditation, and bananas.