Kristin Fellows is a street photographer and travel writer based in Asheville, North Carolina. Kristin’s adventures in the past several years have taken her to Iceland to hike volcanoes and photograph puffins; to Barcelona, Mexico, Addis Ababa, and New Orleans for street photography; and most recently, to Athens for a big fat Greek wedding, and to Helsinki to spend Christmas in Finland.
She is a nationally-known documentary film consultant and has worked with filmmakers on well over 200 hours of programming for PBS.
Her photograph, “Skywalker,” was chosen as a National Geographic Photo of the Day in 2015.
Kristin is working on her first book, “The Red Moon Letters” – a creative non-fiction, dual-narrative thriller set in Ethiopia during the time of the Haile Selassie.
Her blog, A Scandinavian Farmhouse in Appalachia, chronicles the often serendipitous adventures of living in some of the oldest mountains in the world.
Educated in both London and the US, Kristin’s most cherished diploma is from the Icelandic Elf School (Álfaskólinn) in Reykjavik.