Charlotte Gibb is a nature photographer with an eye oriented towards the subtle and sometimes overlooked elements of nature. Her images are frequently symbolic, using form, line, shape, color, and textures found in the natural world to tell a deeper story about the wilderness. As a speaker and educator, she draws upon her art education and many years as an art director and graphic designer to help other nature photographers create more meaningful and satisfying work.
Charlotte is a contributing writer for several photography publications, has been a keynote speaker for camera organizations across the country, including Canon. Her work has been awarded both nationally and internationally.
A native of California, Charlotte can usually be found tromping around the wilderness areas of the Western United States.