Photography is both art and a tool. It has the ability to inspire and educate, to communicate in ways that transcend the limitations of language, age, race, or class. Photographs can show people the world around them through new eyes, creating an awareness of our social and physical environment and fostering a connection with nature. It is through photography that we can teach others about environmental issues, social injustices, and the incredible, diverse beauty of our planet; this is a tool that can help to develop responsible and informed world citizens who act as stewards for nature and humanity. My goal is not to simply create stunning photographs, but to give them a voice and a purpose, to make them work towards a better planet, and to make sure the stories they tell are heard.
I'm happy to announce that I will be participating in the WinterFest Craft Fair at Antioch University New England once again this year. The fair runs from 11am-6pm on Thursday, December 5th at Antioch University at 40 Avon Street, Keene NH 03431. I am accepting pre-orders now through Sunday, November 24th, so if you plan to be at the craft fair and have a special request, email me using the contact form on this website. Thanks!
I was recently interviewed by Tim Barnes of Nature Photography Journal about my photography, travels, and working on The Power of Place. Check out the full, in depth interview
and leave a comment on the NPJ blog if you feel so inclined.
I just overhauled the Kari Post Photography Facebook page
with a new cover photo and new profile picture. Let me know what you think! https://www.facebook.com/karipostphotography
I am currently working with Jerry Monkman of EcoPhotography, LLC to produce a short documentary film on The Northern Pass, a high voltage electric transmission line project that would cut through 180 miles of New Hampshire's landscape, including iconic areas of the White Mountain National Forest and Appalachian Trail, in order to supply southern New England with additional power from Canada. For more information, please visit Jerry's website at http://ecophotography.com/power/
. We have begun filming and are quickly accumulating hours of footage for this project.