Knight grew up with a passion and drive for portraying animals through her art. This began to develop into a career when she was only 15 after winning the 2006 Federal Junior Duck Stamp contest with a painting of a redhead duck. She has since been involved in various conservation art competitions and programs and have realized the importance of conservation and awareness for wildlife, and the light that art can bring to the earths wild treasures.
Knight learned to paint in acrylics but later moved to oils. She has spent many days in the field from Alaska to Africa photographing each subject of her art, which is a key part of knowing how to convey their character. As a young artist, she had the honor of being a part of the Federal Duck Stamp program for years, placing second in 2016. Her waterfowl art has been featured on the Nevada State duck stamp and twice on the National Duck Stamp Collectors Society stamp. She also had the privilege of exhibiting her work at the Easton Waterfowl Festival twice. This year, she was accepted into the Society of Animal Artists as an Associate member and looks forward to setting my sights on more goals surrounding wildlife, art and conservation.