Carly Vester is a visual journalist whose work incorporates editorial writing, design, and multimedia. Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, she specialized in marketing and publishing before deciding her camera could be better used to make the public aware of environmental challenges facing the west. Her first magazine spread in Alaska Magazine introduced her to a brazen, expertly attuned ferryboat captain: her grandfather.

She is currently a graduate student at the University of Montana studying Environmental Science and Natural Resource Journalism. 

Environmental Focuses: Parks & Recreation Management and Wildlife Biology.

Writing Featured In: National publication Alaska MagazineCovington/Maple Valley Reporter, various Village Theatre playbills, various Western Washington University publications.

Tools: Nikon D7000 with various lenses/equipment; Adobe Suite, including InDesign, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and Lightroom.

To get in touch with Carly, or for resume requests, please send an email her way here.