Kailah Ware is a Cincinnati-raised photographer and film producer. Since graduating from Wright State University, Kailah has worked on a number of local production projects, and recently won a People's Liberty grant for her project, 1 Degree of Separation.
What does community mean to you?
For me, community means support. Everyone needs a community of people who share similar interest, a community that they can both build and depend on. Building community is something that is ingrained in all of my artwork. I am constantly looking for opportunities to connect with others and grow my community.
Why are you interested in PAR-Education or community education in general?
Community education is crucial to growing any community. It gives a community the ability to grow and create together. Co-creation is a powerful tool in getting to know the community you are part of.
What do you work toward in your free time?
I write in my free time. I am currently working towards shooting a pilot for a TV show I am creating.
If you were a brand, what would be your motto?
"We're all going to die anyway..."
What would you do in the event of a zombie apocalypse?
I would watch as many episodes of the Walking Dead as possible to learn how to fight the zombies!
Kailah was the first black homecoming Queen at Wright State University.