My name is Kris and I’m an outdoors photographer. Whenever I can, I head into the woods or out on some quiet water and I always take my camera.

Photography came into my life when I was in high school and my mom bought me my first 35mm SLR. It was an Olympus OM-G and I still have it. In the mid-80s I worked in a camera store doing sales and eventually one-hour photo processing. Even when I moved on to a different job, the photography stayed with me. These days I work with a Panasonic GH3 and three main lenses - the Lumix G Vario 12-35mm f2.8 and the 35-100mm f2.8. My vintage Olympus 90mm f2 macro is a favorite and you can find lots of work with it on my current camera and on previous bodies.

Nature amazes and delights me in almost all its forms. I don’t shy away from much and strive to uncover scenes and worlds that might not otherwise be noticed. Hiking, kayaking or just noticing things in my backyard, there is plenty of world for me to discover and share. Woodlands are a special love as are wetlands and microscapes. I love going to new conservation areas in New Hampshire and Massachusetts and you can find most of them on the blog.

Comments and feedback is welcome.

Links to my sporadic Twitter feed are below, but the blog gets more regular attention and I try to post a few times a month about my outdoor adventures.