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Kari Greer is a photographer with the National Interagency Fire Center based in Boise, Idaho. Kari specializes in wildland fire photography and editorial photojournalism. Her interest in wildland fire photography was sparked during her college years, working on a Forest Service fire crew on the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest in Washington. Her work has appeared in numerous publications including Outside Magazine, National Geographic Adventure, Wildland Firefighter and The New York Times. She has an online video interview in Yahoo Studios for The Weekly Flickr as well as on CNN. Kari studied photography at California State University, Sacramento and spent time in a workshop with Mary Ellen Mark, collaborating with Icelandic photographer Erla Stefánsdóttir and National Geographic photographer Brooks Walker.

Ironwood Hot, Elk Complex, Boise National Forest, Idaho, August 2013
Digital photograph
2013

Happy Camp Complex, Klamath National Forest, California, September 2014
Digital photograph
2014

Idaho Panhandle Hotshots, Rice Ridge Fire, Seeley Lake, MT, August 2017
Digital photograph
2017

First Creek Fire, Lake Chelan, Washington, August 2015
Digital photograph
2015