Wildlife & Nature Photographer Karen Ann Sullivan
“Since my childhood I have had an affinity for animals and natural settings. By bringing my photographs and detailed information about my subjects to the viewer, I hope to increase appreciation for the innate beauty, strength, and wonder that exists in the natural world. This is a constant source of inspiration for me, especially when sharing the excitement of photography with students through presentations and teaching opportunities.
An avid traveler, I have embraced the photographic opportunities I have encountered around the world on continents including Africa, South America, and Australia; as well as many locations here in the United States.
It has been an honor to have exhibited and given lectures about my work in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York, including participation in a group exhibit at the New York Hall of Science Museum."
I am proud of my associations with the following organizations:
Volunteer photographer with the Focal Point Project http://www.focalpointproject.org
Teaching Artist with ArtsWestchester Teaching Artist Program, Westchester County, N.Y.
Member:NANPA (the North American Nature Photography Association)
Saw Mill River Audubon http://www.sawmillriveraudubon.org
Katonah Museum of Art Artists’ Association http://www.katonahmuseum.org
Color Camera Club of Westchester http://www.colorcameraclub.org
Karen Ann Sullivan