Cindy Clark was born on the high plains of northwest Oklahoma but has lived in the Seattle area for the past 25 years. She was drawn to photography and video at an early age, experimenting with cameras ranging from Brownies and Polaroids to 16 mm and 8 mm movie cameras. Her interest intensified when she received her first 35 mm camera, which remains her most treasured possession. Her travels in the Southwest led to a focus on outdoor photography which continues today and now includes the Pacific Northwest and Europe.
Carl Clark is a native of the Northwest born in Portland, Oregon and transplanted to Seattle in 1955. He has spent several decades exploring and photographing the mountain, coastal and desert regions of the western United States. Further travels have taken him throughout the United States, to Europe, the Mediterranean and New Zealand. His work has been published in photographic and outdoor magazines, pictorial books and in National Park Service publications. He has given presentations in the Northwest, and his photographs are part of corporate and private collections throughout the United States.