Keiken Media

Hello everyone!

I hope you all are having a wonderful day and week! I haven’t been posting poetry this week because I’m actually working on a small poetry book/series. It’s going to be free so I hope to be able to share it with as many of you as possible. Comment if you would like to have a copy of the series.

Anyways, while surfing the internet–searching for what’s out there–I came across this company that caught my attention: Keiken. I thought the name was interesting. Looking more into the organization, I became captivated by the work that they do.

I’ve never written about other companies on my pages before, but after checking out their page and reading about what they do, I decided to support them more. Additionally, what they do is right up my alley: support people’s creative endeavors. I have a brief summary of them below. Please, CHECK THEM OUT!!! 😀

Keiken Media is a digital creative agency that specializes in building clients an online presence. The company has a proven portfolio of crafting logos, websites, and social media content strategies from scratch to increase brand interaction and recognition within a desired audience.

Keiken Media delivers photography, videography, and creative direction with technical knowledge on all production ventures. With the new shift in the world the company has adapted from creating in physical locations to managing creativity in the digital space.

Inspired by life in Osaka Japan, Keiken; meaning “one’s own experience”, is infused with the electrical energy of two of America’s greatest cultural hubs, New York City and Atlanta. The world traveling team can always make an impromptu office on the coast line which allows for tranquility and fluidity over everything they produce. 

Learn more about Keiken Media at

Keiken Media does a broad range of things to support the creative community, and the environment. For the next few days, I will be posting more about them! Keep an eye out for that, and definitely check out!

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