Kara Fox is a freelance photographer and picture editor specializing in travel photography, NGO coverage, and documentary stories. An introductory move to Nepal shaped her visual framework in the region. She eventually returned to the United States to further her interests as a student of New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study. In 2006, Kara graduated with a degree in South Asian Studies and Photography.
Since then, Kara has worked at National Geographic Adventure Magazine, the World Picture Network Agency, and The Phnom Penh Post. Kara's interest in the power of the image has taken her around the world, where se has most recently documented life in the isolated kingdom of Bhutan, as well as political movements and travel stories in Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, and Haiti.
Kara's work has been published in AlJazeera English, The Independent (UK), Bangkok Post, The Phnom Penh Post, Southeast Asia Globe, National Geographic Adventure Magazine, Dumbo Feather (Australia), The Hollywood Reporter and more.
Kara Fox's work can be viewed online on her website.