Hi, I’m Kari! Photography has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. As a child, I’d use my mom’s camera to take photos of animals at the zoo. In high school I spent all my down time at track meets photographing my teammates between events, and then got a job photographing sports for my college. Photography helped me pay my way through grad school, opened up opportunities to travel to far off places, and introduced me to some of the most passionate and creative people I know.
Over the years I have served as the editor for the online nature photography community NatureScapes.Net and on the College Scholarship Program Committee of the North American Nature Photography Association, led workshops for NANPA, NSN, and the Appalachian Mountain Club, and traveled throughout the United States and beyond guiding outdoor adventures and creating images. My photographs have been published nationwide, honored in the International Conservation Photography Awards by wildlife photography legend Art Wolfe, and appeared in some unique and unusual places, including wrapped around the side of a New Hampshire commuter bus and on the sails of a yacht in Turkey!
In 2010, I moved to southwest New Hampshire and have called this beautiful corner of the state home ever since. I love creating images and exploring in this quiet, often overlooked part of New England. These days, most of my photographs are captured between making memories and enjoying the outdoors with my family, often close to home in the Monadnock Region. I spend less time traveling and actively creating images than I used to but enjoy shooting and editing, teaching the art of photography, and working with clients when time allows.
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