Exhibition of Kari Greer’s wildfire photography at the University of Idaho

Kari Greer’s photography will be featured during a two-month exhibit in Moscow, ID

Photography Of Kari Greer

Our favorite wildfire photographer is being honored with her own exhibit in Moscow, Idaho from February 16 through April 14. Kari Greer’s work will be displayed in the Prichard Art Gallery of the Bruce M. Pitman Center on the campus of the University of Idaho (map). A former firefighter, she maintains a Red Card while working on the fireline as a photographer under contract with NIFC.

We have featured her photos many times, which earned her her own “tag” on Wildfire Today.

Here is the announcement about the exhibit from the university:

“Facing the Inferno, the Wildfire Photography of Kari Greer,” will go in display Friday, Feb. 16, at the Prichard Art Gallery. An opening reception is 5-7 p.m. Friday. Greer, who works as a photographer for the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, will speak about her work during a lecture at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15, in the Borah Theater of the Bruce M. Pitman Center on campus.

Greer, a former firefighter, specializes in wildland fire photography and editorial photojournalism. She has unprecedented access to aerial operations and accompanies fire crews working side-by-side on attack lines throughout the Western fire season. Her work examines the heighted fire activity seen across Idaho, Montana and Wyoming at a time when people are traveling further into the woods and the land surrounding wildfires is increasingly contested.

Congratulations Kari!

Below are a few samples of Kari’s photos we have used.

Firefighter Brian Head Fire
Firefighter on the Brian Head Fire in Utah. Photo by Kari Greer.
Idaho 9-3-2012 Photo by Kari Greer
Idaho September 3, 2012. Photo by Kari Greer.
Trinity Ridge fire, August 19, 2012, photo by Kari Greer for USFS
Trinity Ridge fire, August 19, 2012, photo by Kari Greer for USFS
Kari Greer
Kari Greer. Photo by Bill Gabbert.

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Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire.

One thought on “Exhibition of Kari Greer’s wildfire photography at the University of Idaho”

  1. Is it possible to get a copy of an obit of Myron Lee and Bill Clayton, recently deceased San Diego Co. Fireman?


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