Karen Kraco is a photographer, journalist, and teacher. Through her photos, stories and teaching she encourages others to join her as co-explorers of our wondrously complex and interconnected world.
Karen’s work ranges from photojournalism to “street photography” of urban wildlife, from rural and urban landscapes to macrophotography that captures the private lives of insects. One of her passions is following the thousands of crows that gather to roost every night in Minneapolis in the winter. Stop by studio 155 and page through her book: “Crowtography: The Minneapolis Murder."