Kenshō studio offers creative services to culture-makers, across art, music, film and philanthropy.


— Brand Identity 
— Creative Direction 
— Content Strategy 
— Exhibition Design

Sabrina Y. Smith

Sabrina is a storyteller, working across various disciplines, including poetry, video, illustration, curated experiences –– the message picks the medium.

As a creative director she’s helped mission-driven companies and artists bring their stories to life – guiding their brand voice and visual identity. 

She curated art exhibits and festivals in New York City, including at Rush Arts Gallery, Holy BOS, and SCOPE/Miami. As a Features Editor for The Ground magazine, she covered artists interviews and photography commissions.

During her time at Probation agency, she shepherded visual collaborations with music artists including Beck, Thom Yorke, Coldplay, and Interpol as well as projects for Apple, Persol, and Oakley. 

As a Director of Creative Content at Interscope records, she oversaw the visual creative direction for the music roster, including the visual campaign for Billie Eilish’s first record.

She is passionate about supporting artists and mission-driven companies in expressing their vision through words, images, and sounds. In recent years, she’s collaborated with Saul Williams, NeueHouse, the Alan Watts Organization, The Wild Unknown, Conscia, amongst others. 

Sabrina is a native French speaker, who grew up between New York and the French Alps. 

She now resides in Los Angeles. 

Francesca Forquet

Francesca Forquet is an award-winning photographer and art director, whose work spans journalism to commercial campaigns.

As an art director at Dinamomilano, a Milan-based design studio, she spearheaded the brand identity for cultural projects, such as Skira publisher, Mondo Mostre, La Vigna di Leonardo, and Teatro alla Scala. San Patrignano

She relocated to Los Angeles in 2017 to work for the advertising agency Leroy and Rose. Responsible for key arts and branding for TV and film, Francesca worked on the visual identity for Handmaid’s Tale, VEEP, and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

Her photography has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Booooooom, Lenscratch, and La Repubblica. She’s received the Ai-Ap American Photography (2024) and IPA International Photography Awards by Lucie Foundation. 

Francesca is an Italian native, who now lives in Los Angeles. 

Kenshō studio offers creative services to culture-makers, across art, music, film and philanthropy. 



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