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Meet Karen

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Karen Kulin is a fine art portrait portrait photographer specializing in newborns, babies, children and maternity portraiture. She photographs in her studio and on location in Anchorage and the greater area including Eagle River, Palmer, Wasilla and Girdwood. You may reach Karen by calling 907.440.2783 or emailing her at

I'm absolutely crazy about photography and have been since I was in my teens. I love picking up a camera and freezing in time what I see before me. As the famed photographer Aaron Siskind once said, Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever . . . . . It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything. Photographs of people have always held a kind of magic for me as you can look at photographs over time and see the life of the person before you. As a mother, I found that my children were growing up way too quickly and through photographs, I was able to hold onto their childhood forever, while they turned into adults and I became a grandmother.

I decided as a photographer I wanted to specialize in children because I love little ones; I love the magic sweetness of a new newborn and the joyful honesty of small children who still have innocence about them. I love to have fun with them and capture on film those toothless grins, bashful smiles, an occasional souful stare and the joy that can only be found on the face of a young child. My style is casual and unhurried, giving your child time to become accustomed to the surroundings, so that I may capture an heirloom image for you to treasure.


Karen Kulin Photography

My studio is located on the Anchorage Hillside. Sessions are by appointment only. Please call me 907.440.2783 or email me at I'd love to talk to you about capturing your special images!

Karen Kulin Photography is a proud member of the Professional Photographers of America and Portrait and Wedding Photographers of Alaska.


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