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Christian Williams
  • Was introduced to photography by my dearly beloved (K: "How old am I, 95?")
  • Started photographing professional paintball tournaments. Covered the US (and some international) paintball circuit for 7 years, with a mix of other photography in between.
  • No, I will not take pictures at your wedding.
  • Like this picture because it shows I know what a graduated neutral density filter is (K: "Or it just shows that you've read Galen Rowell's book"). Me: "Ahem, that's 'books'".
  • Born in Arizona, moved to Germany, then Chicago, then Utah, back to Chicago, back to Utah, then to Vienna, Austria.
  • Life long ambition: Open up a Pizza & Kebap Shop (if you don't know what a Kebap is you haven't lived).



Karen Williams
  • Started taking pictures when I was 12 with my Dad's manual Olympus. Had my own darkroom in high school. Got sucked into the paintball world by Christian (C: "That's me!").
  • Covered paintball events and did product photography for a major retailer/catalog company. Single handedly photographed 3000+ pairs of shoes. (C: "Why did you only use one hand?")
  • Love backpacking. Lizards. Flowers. Bugs and frogs. It's the little things that make life worth living. (C: "Naturally a small person would say that.")
  • Like this picture because it shows me where I feel most comfortable. Outside, (C: "in the dirt"), in my backpacking shoes...actually I don't like shoes. But I like where my backpacking shoes take me.
  • Born in Huntington Beach, California. Lived in San Francisco area, Utah, Chicago. Currently reside in Vienna, Austria.
  • Lifelong ambition: To work in a Pizza and Kebap shop, with all of my little rugrats working along side me.

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365 IN ZION

365 Days in Zion is a photo experience by Karen and Christian Williams. Together, we spent an entire year in Zion National Park amidst snow, rain, flash floods, brush fires, and the beautiful sunny blue skies that typify Southern Utah in the United States of America.

365 Days in Zion National Park

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