Kinza Muzahir

Digital Media Producer

| Writer | Designer

Kinza Muzahir is a 6 time Graphic Excellence Award winner. She started as a game designer in 2014, and since then, has worked in public media, commercial, and narrative spaces. She's also a member of the Asian American Documentary Network.

Her work meets where technology, interdisciplinary art, and purpose create well-researched cross-platform campaigns for relevant audiences. Her work is rooted in the artistic and sociological appreciation of the depth and wonder of the human condition. Through it, she explores how geographies shape people and, consequently, communities.

A strong technical and conceptual academic foundation in narrative frameworks fuels her passion for design and immersive technologies, yet her process always starts on the page. Ever a poet, her lens is influenced by storytelling to create experiences through literary and visual devices.

Kinza can often be found illustrating or recording in her studio during the day, and performing at open mics at night.
University of Houston, Collegiate Honors, Cum Laude
Bachelor of Science Digital Media, College of Technology
Creative Work*, UH Honors College (wrote about it in the Arete on p. 28)
Organizational Leadership & Supervision

*An interdisciplinary program with research projects for every course
London School of Economics & Political Science, Summer School Program
International Journalism and Role of Media in the Modern World
With lecturer & journalist, Charlie Beckett, and guest speakers:
Kassy Cho (Buzzfeed)
Eliza Mackintosh (CNN)
Adam Smith (The Economist)
John Domokos (The Guardian)
Rima Maktabi (CNN & London Bureau Chief of Al-Arabiya)
Serena Chaudry (BBC & Reuters)
Leveraged photographs, videos, and social media content to perform visual investigations using open source investigation (OSINT) techniques related to conflict, crime, corruption, and verification.
Training & Volunteering
First Draft
Used open source investigation (OSINT) techniques to research, track and verify election misinformation for journalists to use during #Electionland coverage. Read about my contribution here.
Password is in the cover letter
Demo Reels
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