Five Minutes With… Pamela Underhill Karaz

issue 47
Five Minutes With... Pamela Underhill Karaz
New-York based photographer Pamela Underhill Karaz started out painting wildlife before her obsession with photographing nature subjects began. WPM learns why she put down her paintbrush and picked up a camera

How did you get into wildlife photography and why?
For me, it all began in being a painter. By my mid 30s, I left a marketing and sales career to find something more fulfilling that fed my soul. With my life long love of animals and an affinity to art, I decided to become a wildlife artist. Just like that! I was immediately drawn to the work of John James Audubon, then Robert Bateman, Carl Brenders and eventually...

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