Kamahi Djordon King’s artistic practice sits across visual arts, acting and singing. He holds an Advanced Diploma in Performing Arts from the Aboriginal Centre for Performing Arts and has just completed a Masters degree at RMIT.
Born in Katherine, he began painting and sketching at a young age. His grandfather, a member of the Gurindji tribe born at Banka Banka, was his early mentor and teacher. Drawing on his grandfather’s teaching, Kamahi’s artistic style is unique combining stories, locations and experiences.
Kamahi is the uncle of well known artists Tarisse and Sarrita King.