Kinza Muzahir

UX Strategist

Kinza Muzahir Portrait

Avid Learner, Voice Artist, Poet Prodigy

Kinza thrives when she can immerse herself in new skills and experiences. Adept at finding the perfect way to capture a message, Kinza uses her diverse range of skills to inspire people with thought-provoking ideas and innovative solutions. With the perfect mix of digital media and creative writing, she helps tell captivating stories in new, inventive ways.

Whenever you’re struggling to get a point across, you can almost always drive it home with a story.

From medium to message, Kinza always caters her work to the audience she needs to reach. Kinza is a multimedia master: her career spans voice acting, game design, media production and more. The throughline is her knack for excellent storytelling and design that speak to target audiences with consideration and purpose. 

Kinza studied digital media at the University of Houston, as well as journalism at the London School of Economics. She’s a six-time winner of the Graphic Excellence Award from the Printing Industries of the Gulf Coast, and a member of the Asian American Documentary Network. 

A natural at understanding client needs, Kinza’s creative process is based on an empathetic understanding of stakeholder needs involved in a project. She excels at navigating those needs and producing work that consistently hits the mark. 

When she’s not telling engaging stories for brands, Kinza is producing her own through poetry and interdisciplinary art. Her work has been featured by Houston Public Media (PBS | TV-8), Aurora Picture Show, Glass Mountain and Public Poetry (REELPoetry Festival). After hours, she can often be found illustrating or recording in her studio, or performing at the nearest open mic.


  • BS in Digital Media, College of Technology, University of Houston
  • International Journalism and Society, The Role of Media in the Modern World, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)


  • Graphic Excellence Award (six-time winner), Printing Industries of the Gulf Coast


  • Member, Asian American Documentary Network (A-Doc)