Kira Morris is an award-winning photographer specializing in high-end portraiture, nature, commercial and lifestyle documentary images. Most recently, she placed fourth in one of Nikon's N-Magazine "Photographers of the Year 2018" competitions. Her work has been featured in international news and photography publications including National Geographic, CNN, The Washington Post, The Independent, Business Insider, BBC Travel, Digital Photo Pro Magazine, and Digital Photography Review among many others.
She has been awarded an IAAP (International Association of Art Photographers) Gold Medal, IES-PSS (Photographic Society of Singapore) Merit Award, and an ISF (Image Sans Frontier) Bronze Medal. Additionally, her photography has been exhibited in over nine countries across five continents and was chosen to be displayed at the United Nations COP22 Climate Change Summit.
She spent four winters living and working at McMurdo Station, a U.S. research base in Antarctica. In her time off, she traveled the world with her husband (whom she met in Antarctica) and continued to shoot, eventually producing award winning images on all seven continents. As an avid traveler and adventurer, she has done everything from running with the bulls in Spain, to spending the night sleeping in a self-dug snow cave in Antarctica, to riding her bike across America.
McMurdo Station, Antarctica