When his favorite uncle died in 2008, Knight created a album for his aunt from the images. While glancing through the book, she replied, "I don't remember half the people in the book ever being at the funeral." Thus sparked the answer the problem, "How many other grieving families don't remember either." Now his Legacy albums help grieving families remember "half of what they forgot and All of what they never saw."
As a Brooklyn born and bred native, Knight is an award-winning entrepreneur and has been serving grieving families since 2013. Knight is one of the top 50 Funeral Photographers in the world today.
His amazing work has been featured in The New York Daily News, the American Funeral Director Magazine (2X), the VueWeekly magazine, the Love Express newspaper, and the NYC SOHO Photo Gallery Exhibit.
Following in the footsteps of Harlem Renaissance photographer, James Van de Zee, Knight’s Funeral Photography serves as a powerful tool for honoring the legacy of the departed loved ones while promoting healing. According to the National Grief Awareness Week, this can help foster a supportive environment for those experiencing grief.