Carla Rhodes is a wildlife conservation photographer who tells engaging and impactful photographic stories featuring the natural world. She especially gravitates towards photographing misunderstood subjects, such as endangered Greater Adjutant storks and overlooked “common” species, who are no less fabulous than their exotic counterparts.
Formerly a ventriloquist, Carla brings a plethora of unique skills to her photographic projects. Photographing with passion and a sense of humor, her work has been published in The New York Times, Smithsonian, National Wildlife, Audubon, and The Guardian.
Ultimately, she aspires for her photographs to evoke emotion, educate viewers and inspire positive change.
Photo Credit: Charles Chessler
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