About Carl Battreall
Carl Battreall is an Alaskan photographer who has explored over two hundred glaciers in Alaska. The son of two Forest Service employees in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains, Carl began photographing in high school and became a professional upon graduation. He describes his early work as “classic large-format West Coast Tradition,” but currently focuses on creating images from Alaska’s most remote and unprotected mountain regions. He was a Rasmuson Artist Fellow and won the Daniel Housberg Wilderness Image Award. Carl spends time in nature every day because he believes it is essential to living a healthy life.