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 have deactivated my Facebook account due to personal reasons; I feel that Facebook does not contribute to my happiness, so I've decided to call it quits for now. My Kari Post Photography Facebook page is therefore invisible at this time. When and if I decide to reactivate my account, all previous material, including your likes and follows, will be restored. Until that time (if it shall ever come) please refer to this website for updates, new photos, and news. Thank you for your understanding!
In honor of Earth Day we will be hosting a FREE screening of The Power of Place in Plymouth, NH sponsored by the Museum of the White Mountains. If you can't come out to see our Earth Day screening of The Power of Place, rent it for FREE using promo code "EarthDay" on Vimeo. The code will ONLY be active on Wednesday 4/22 and Thursday 4/23 so don't miss your shot. If you do take advantage of this free opportunity to see the film, we'd love if you'd leave us a rating and/or review after. You can do so on Vimeo or The Power of Place on IMDb. Thanks!
My work is now being represented by the stock agency Tandem Stills + Motion
. While currently only a few of my images are catalogged on the agency's website, I hope to add more to the collection over time.
The Power of Place is now available for download on Vimeo or purchase on DVD. We have done two screenings of the film so far (in Concord and Portsmouth) and both venues sold out for the show! Our next screening, sponsored by the Museum of the White Mountains, will be in Plymouth on April 22nd and it's FREE in honor of Earth Day! For more information about upcoming screenings or to purchase the film, please visit Jerry's website at http://ecophotography.com/the-power-of-place/