Kaleah Lanae King began photographing professionally in 2008. Originally from San Diego, she is currently based in Nicaragua. Her work has been featured in publications such as Motor Sports Newswire, The Daily Titan, academic volumes, and in the 2008 motion picture "To Save a Life". Her work has been exhibited both in the United States and internationally.

Kaleah owned a commercial photography business for 7 years, specializing in wedding, portrait, and event photography. In 2012, she completed a Bachelor's degree in Photo Journalism at California State University, Fullerton. In 2015, she earned a Master of Fine Art in photography from Lesley University where she worked as adjunct faculty.

Kaleah has worked with non-profits in Asia, Africa, and Central America. Most recently, she has partnered with non-profits in Nicaragua to teach photography workshops for kids and teens. She hopes to continue similar work in the future, in collaboration with her passion for teaching, exhibiting, and publishing.