Khavon Thomas is a 20 year old photographer from Chicago, IL. He started photography in the fall of 2016 when he was was a 16 year old high school student. Now Attends Harold Washington College majoring in journalism.
Khavon is currently a photo intern for Social Works Chi, a non profit organization founded in part by Chance the Rapper and a former photographer for Vic Mensa's non profit Save Money Save Life. Along with being a music photographer, he spent the summer of 2019 as a photographer for the WNBA's Chicago Sky with hopes of documenting some Chicago bulls games.
In january of 2020, Khavon started to learn studio photography, and when the covid 19 pandemic hit, he took it more seriously and now has goals of opening his own studio in chicago. The current space he works in now is his home studio called 420k studios, NAMED AFTER HIS BIRTHDAY, APRIL 20TH, AND located on the east side of chicago.
Credits: Def Jam, WNBA, Roc Nation, Chicago Sun Times, Vibe magazine, LVTR Raw, John Walt Foundation, 107.5 WGCI, IMPRINT Entertainment, Tidal