For ten years, birds have captivated Krista Elrick (November, 2012), as she photographs them from one coast to another. It is the wetlands, the watersheds, which serve predominantly as her backdrop. In tandem, migratory birds and the ecosystems that sustain them are the focus of her current body of work. Currently Krista is working on Episodes and Interesting Unknowns: Journeys with Audubon, a book and exhibition that weave the journals of Audubon with her photographs. With his writings as her guide, she is photographing the same Mississippi River Basin and Eastern seashores wherehe hunted, wrote about, and painted birds. NMPress published her latest co-cuated publication, Through the Lens: Creating Santa Fe. Recent exhibitions include the Center for Contemporary Arts’ NM Committee for Women in the Arts and Grasslands/Separating Species published by Radius Books in conjunction with the exhibition at 516 ARTS in Albuquerque. She offers private workshops in and around Santa Fe, New Mexico.