Kathi Bahr brings over a decade of experience creating brand building visual content for some of the world’s most impactful social change agents. With a keen eye, a powerful set of creative tools, and a deep knowledge base in speaking to different cultures and demographics, her work evokes a simultaneous sense of timelessness and intimacy.
After graduating Summa Cum Laude from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Kathi has worked bi-coastally, primarily between Washington DC, the bay area and Seattle. Along the way, she’s called Cambridge, MA and the shores of Maine her home. In 2013 she embarked on a four-month sabbatical, covering 15,000 miles with the specific intent of capturing stories and stunning visual documentation of our national parks across the United States. Beyond that, she’s travelled to four continents, bringing local content to life with an eye that is both empathic and commemorative. From the bustling markets of Cambodia, to Icelandic glaciers, to the rolling mesquite dunes of Death Valley, she continues to be awed by our planet’s cultures and natural beauty.
Some of her clients include visionary changemakers across sectors, from non-profits and foundations like the Rainforest Alliance, USA for UNHCR, the ACLU, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, AARP Foundation, Nature Conservancy, Pew Research Center, and Gates Foundation — to socially responsible businesses working to create a better world like the Great Place To Work Institute and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters.