Kiino Villand, born to Estonian emigre family in the United States, is a Los Angeles-based DJ and commercial photographer best known for his photographs of personalities from the worlds of film, music, art and culture. His editorial and advertising work has appeared in publications such as Rolling Stone, Emmy, Juxtapoz V-Life, i-D, RES, Tokion, Entertainment Weekly, Elle and W. He has worked with people such as David Lynch, Vanessa Traina, Adrien Brody, the Gracie Family, 30 Seconds to Mars, A.i., Monica Bellucci, Oliver Stone, Kevin Bacon, Tony Hawk, Beastie Boys, Futura 2000, Shepard Fairey, Jared Leto, Ray Liotta, Weezer, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Conductor Neeme Järvi and the Estonian National Football Team. His other clients include Activision (Guitar Hero), Ogilvy & Mather, Saatchi & Saatchi/Singapore, Lambesis, DC Shoes, Interscope, Virgin Mobile, Film Finances Inc. and Ferragamo.
Collectors of his photography include Eddie Cruz (Stussy/Union/Undefeated), Peter Morton (Hard Rock Hotel & Casino/Mortons West Hollywood) and Sal Masekela (ESPN/E!Netoworks on-camera host). His directorial debut is a documentary on the drummer Jose Medeles of The Breeders entitled Meaning and Rhetoric, The Sonic Explorations of Jose Medeles. His other directing projects include music videos, spots and short films for fashion designers.