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BIO: KATHERINE CARVER

Katherine Carver is the Founder and Editor of Biscuit’s Space.  Katherine was born in the Midwest, where she was first introduced to photography.  She spent every free moment in the darkroom during high school; and she continued taking photography courses during college.  In 2011, she found herself behind the lens of her camera immersed in creating photographs of her first dog, Biscuit, pictured below on the left.  Biscuit inspired Katherine’s great passion, interest, curiosity, and study of dogs in her work.  Katherine earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.

Katherine’s photographs have been published in international publications including, the Huffington PostL’Oeil de la Photographie; Four&Sons; Petsblog Il magazine per i pet lovers di BLOGO; The Wall Breakers; ClickBlog Il magazine fotografico di BLOGO; and My Modern Met.  You can view Katherine’s recent interviews here and here.

Katherine believes that animals and humans are deeply interconnected and there is room for even greater understanding.  She is presently working on a long-term photography project employing dogs as her subject further studying the relationship between dog and human.  She is hopeful once this project is completed, it will lead to an exhibition and to publishing a book.  Katherine presently lives in the Washington, D.C. area with her husband and muse, Victory, pictured below on the right.  

Limited edition archival fine art prints are available.

Visit www.katherinecarver.com to view Katherine’s work; and follow along on Instagram, @katherine_carver.  Further, be sure to subscribe to the newsletter.

 

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