Portrait of Kennyatta Collins

Kennyatta Collins

Kennyatta Collins is a strategist, photographer and Adweek contributor living in Miami.

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AAPI Creative Spotlight: Jane Jin Lets Compassion Guide Her Artistry

Creative

The art director creates work that makes great use of her genuine curiosity.

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AAPI Creative Spotlight: As an Editor, Kristin Yawata is the Ultimate Collaborator

Creative

Little Farm's co-founder approaches her role with a social mindset.

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AAPI Creative Spotlight: Kirstie Bones’ Work Tosses Out the Playbook

Creative

Her proudest professional moment was the talk of Super Bowl 2021.

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AAPI Creative Spotlight: From DIY Music Videos to Ad Greatness, JJ Augustavo is Undefeated

Creative

The LA-based director went from making DIY music videos to helming campaigns for Playstation and Taco Bell.

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Profiles in Black Creativity: Candace Faircloth Plays Outside of the Marketing Sandbox

Creative

The Brooklyn-based acd isn't afraid to creatively step out of the traditional bounds of her industry.

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Profiles in Black Creativity: Cindy Hernandez is Committed to Celebrating Black People

Creative

The New York-based art director aims to take risks while making an impact.

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Profiles in Black Creativity: Jasmine Reyes Produces Visual Diamonds Under Pressure

Creative

At Townhouse New York, Reyes is an associate producer with an enviable portfolio.

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Profiles in Black Creativity: Mia Logan Unites Strategy With Advocacy

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Her work has helped drive more voters of color to the polls.

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Profiles in Black Creativity: Lauren Thomas Wants to Celebrate Lives, Not Just Memories

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The multitalented copywriter created RPA's 'Our Flowers' art and apparel.

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Profiles in Black Creativity: Joel Arzu Thrives at the Intersection of Data and Emotion

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Ogilvy Chicago acd turned checkbooks into storybooks for Fifth Third Bank.