Executive Director – Arctic Arts Project
Research Affiliate – Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research – University of Colorado
Brand Ambassador- Zeal Optics, OBOZ Footwear, Jax Outdoor Goods
Kerry is an internationally acclaimed environmental photographer, visionary, and communicator dedicated to the stewardship of the environment and the Arctic. He is the founder of the non-profit Arctic Arts Project and is dedicated to strengthening environmental sustainability by illuminating environmental problems and issues through the use of science and visual literacy.
His work has been published in prestigious media channels throughout the world including; Smithsonian, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), ECO, National Academy of Science, AMAP, Arctic Today, CAFF, The Arctic Council and the U. S. Arctic Research Commission. Kerry has also been a speaker and panelist at international forums and conferences on climate change including: the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik, Iceland , The Visual Climate Change Forum at The University of Indonesia, Jakarta, AREDAY Conference, Aspen, and the “Engaging Climate through the Arts” speaker series in the U.S.. Kerry’s unique vision for the Arctic Arts Project evolved while shooting in Denali, Alaska where he captured rarely seen permafrost polygon hummock imagery that to this day has evoked a passionate global response from naturalists, scientists and artists alike.
A Recent Podcast with Kerry and The Arctic Arts Project: