Kevin Ebi fell in love with nature early in life; it took many more years for him to discover his passion for photography.
Growing up, Kevin went on many outings with his parents to Pacific Northwest parks. As an adult, he began carrying a camera on hikes so he could show others what he saw, but over time discovered that the patience and keen observation photography required helped him appreciate nature even more.
His images are used regularly by major calendar and greeting card lines and have appeared in a wide range of publications including National Wildlife, Smithsonian, Lonely Planet guides and Outdoor Photographer.
He has authored or co-authored four photography books, including Year of the Eagle, which shows how eagles learn to fly and start families of their own and Running in Circles, which tells the story of the cycle of water by figuratively following a drop of water from the ocean to storm clouds to the Arctic ice to mountain lakes and rivers.
He lives near Seattle, Washington and has photographed more than half of the United States, as well as Canada, Mexico, Iceland and New Zealand.