Kimberly Witham is a fine-art photographer and educator. Her work, which is heavily influenced by art history and the natural world, has been featured in Color Magazine, PHOTO+, BLOW Photo, BLINK, Foto, Orion, The New Republic, Wired (online), and on book covers in the U.S. and France. A 2016 National Geographic film, Making Roadkill into Art, chronicles Kimberly’s studio practice. In addition to being shown in solo and group exhibitions in the U.S. and abroad, her work is held in numerous private collections. She has received a fellowship at the Center for Emerging Visual Artists, the Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Award, the Clarence John Laughlin Award, and the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award.