Kathleen T. Carr

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Kathleen T. Carr is a professional and fine art photographer, teacher, author, and a former Polaroid Creative Uses Consultant. She received a B.F.A. in Photography from Ohio University in 1970.  Her award-winning work has been exhibited internationally, purchased for private collections,  and has appeared in numerous books and periodicals.

Kathleen was a staff photographer at the Findhorn Foundation, Scotland, and Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA during the ‘70s and ‘80s. She received a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship in 1991.

Her current passions are digital infrared, color landscapes and nature, photographing and filming dolphins, whales, and other life underwater, and the digital darkroom. Her photography can be purchased at the Kailua Village Artists Gallery, other galleries on the Big Island, from her studio, and through her website.

Visit Kathleen Carr in her studio.