Kim was born with the talent of her father. Asked to draw for Disney in his early twenties but turned it down to pinstripe cars, the majority of her talent is inherited, the best kind! Kim has never had any formal art training but has on her own studied and practiced many various art forms. Entering art fairs, contests, and shows, she was always in the top of her class. Doing the cover and much of the artwork for her high school yearbook in the tenth grade. Also while in high school she competed in a "TCOVE" poster contest and won it. She has also done many custom paintings using acrylic paint. Murals and sign work are also in her resume. Doing a mural for Minot Air Force base and signs for some prestigous thoroughbred race horse farms in Lexington, Kentucky. More recently doing some art for a logo design which was animated also for a powerpoint presentation. Tattoo art has also been a project for Kim. Doing some designs for personal friends as well as other clients. A very versatile talent, Kim has advanced into doing digital painting and some animation as well. Most recently an abstact piece that is different from all her works, callled "Sunset Beach". Her favorite subjects to do are fantasy and horses. Inspiration have been her father, John Souza, Bernie Wrightson, and Frank Frazetta.