Karen Hutton

Pro Photographer / Tour Leader


Karen Hutton is an International Landscape and Travel Photographer, Artist, Speaker, Author, Educator, and Voice.  She is also a Fujifilm X-Photographer and a chosen member of a small elite group of DJI Master Photographers.

Karen has been photographing for close to 40 years Her unique point of view and deep teaching/leadership skills were woven from her vast experience as a professional and coach in multiple professions: equestrienne/horse trainer, figure skating, dance, acting, voice over pro and Television/Radio Broadcast Coach.

Karen has been featured at Google, Photo Plus Expo, KelbyOne, Landscape Photography Magazine, The Grid, Stuck in Customs, TWiP, Macphun Software, Forbes.com, numerous blogs and podcasts and was one of the Inception Masters of The Arcanum. She lives in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California.

Karen believes deeply in finding your truest voice and “living life as if it were your art”. That when you let it in,  light, artistry and creativity flood everywhere, pouring through life’s nooks and crannies, uplifting everyone in their path. She aims to create works that offer her collectors and clients a full-body jolt of inspiration… and make them feel transported. Because after all, “Life is Light.”

Favorite Quote:
“The artist vocation is to send light into the human heart.” – Robert Schumann


  • Fujifilm X-Photographer
  • Really Right Stuff – featured in the magazine
  • DJI Global Master Photographer
  • KelbyOne course: Finding your Artistic Voice
  • “Finding Your Artistic Voice” retreat/workshops in France
  • eBook: “10 Steps to Finding Your Voice”
  • contributing author: Landscape Photography Magazine

Guest instructor on the first Trey Ratcliff New Zealand Photo Adventure, 2013

Contributor to the eBook: “10 Advanced Visionary Insights From 10 World Renowned Outdoor Photographers” by Visionary Insights”

Contributing author: Landscape Photography Magazine
Issue 62  Issue 64   Issue 66

Interviewed by Landscape Photography Magazine

Interview featured on the Really Right Stuff blog

Photofocus Article

On Location With

Karen Hutton