MOUNT DESERT — The photographs of Lori Davis will be displayed in the Northeast Harbor Library Mellon Room throughout the month of December except the week of Dec. 6 due to the library’s annual book sale.
When Davis was only nine years old, her family began volunteer work in wildlife rehabilitation. Realizing her wildlife interactions were unique, she felt the desire to document her experiences, not only as memories, but also as a way to share these amazing moments with others. To do this, she picked up a camera, unaware at the time how much it would impact her life.
Davis’ craft has taken her cross country on a number of ventures, capturing spectacular landscapes and incredible wildlife interactions along the way. Davis said that her “chosen career is particularly rewarding.” Not only is she fortunate enough to live these extraordinary experiences first hand, but she also enjoys seeing the reactions of others as she returns with her images to share in galleries and at fine art shows.
Davis’ collection includes images from Alaska, the Southwest, the Pacific Northwest, the Canadian Rockies, Florida and much of New England. Living near Mount Desert Island, Lori thrives in a photographer’s paradise, constantly adding new images to her collection.