In January 2006 Kennedy began an internship at his office, to fulfill a requirement from her high school for graduation.Hunter's web site featured photos of celebrities at various parties, to which he began bringing Kennedy to.Kaino's Polaroids and Warhol's portraits were then juxtaposed, aligning each of Kaino's cyber-celebrities to their Warhol Superstar-era counterpart.
September 8, 2007 Kennedy was on the cover of The New York Post. January 2008, Kennedy starred in an ad campaign for Korean designer Banila B., shot by Terry Richardson.
April 10, 2008 Kennedy graced the cover of Women's Wear Daily In May 2008, she starred in an ad campaign for Procter & Gamble's "Sebastian" line of hair products. From May 3-August 31, 2008, photographs of Kennedy were on display in The Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh, PA).
Her parents had known about her exposure online but had not realized the extent to which it had grown until the June issue of Nylon appeared.
Because Kennedy had been previously treated for clinical depression, their primary concern had been her health and well-being.
In the fall of 2007, Kennedy was named the face of Urban Decay.