We are excited to once again feature artists in our Lobby Art Gallery! This month, we welcome Sarah Killingsworth to the gallery.
Sarah Killingsworth is a conservation photographer and filmmaker who has always loved wildlife and exploring wild places. She lives in Inverness part-time, and even when she is elsewhere, her heart is always in the Point Reyes National Seashore. These photographs are the result of countless hours in the wilderness, watching and capturing animal behavior. Passionate about stories of coexistence, especially with native predators, Sarah is inherently curious about the intersection of humans and wildlife habitats, how wildlife adapts to ever-encroaching human development as well as ways we can work to protect species before they become endangered. Sarah is a frequent public speaker about wildlife, photography, and ethics. A certified California Naturalist, Sarah is a member of the Board of the Environmental Action Committee of West Marin and the NANPA Ethics Committee and is also the Program Coordinator for the Keeping it Wild Youth Education and Outreach Program with Project Coyote. You can see more of her photography on her website, or on Instagram @skwildlifephotos.
Sarah’s opening reception is on Friday, December 9, from 5:00pm-7:00pm, in the gallery.