Cassandra Klos is a fine art photographer and currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts. She is a 2014 Bachelor of Fine Arts graduate from Tufts University at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. From a young age, her father introduced her to astronomy, science fiction, and launching model rockets in the suburbs of New Hampshire. Her love for the cosmos and space exploration permeates her work in weird and mysterious ways. Her project, The Abductees, narrates the historic archive of the Betty and Barney Hill alien abduction case. For this body of work, she received the first place Yousuf Karsh Prize in Photography awarded by Estrellita Karsh and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Her work has exhibited across the northeastern United States including group exhibitions at Boston University, Aviary Gallery, Wheaton College, the Vermont Center for Photography, the Flash Forward Festival (Boston), Peter Miller Fine Art Gallery, and the Fitchburg Art Museum. She has also had solo exhibitions at the Piano Craft Gallery of Boston and an upcoming show at the Griffin Museum of Photography. Her work has also been published in The Boston Globe, Aint Bad Magazine, Conveyor Magazine, and The Atlantic.