Seattle photographer and filmmaker Randy Kerr has captured landscape and travel imagery from over 30 countries. His work has been featured online in The New York Times, Discovery’s Travel Channel, CNN, Communication Arts, Expedia’s Mungo Park, and Altrec’s Route360. He received the iPIX Outstanding Achievement Award for Travel and was a featured photographer in The Canon Lens Experience on B&H Photo.
In recent years he has shifted his emphasis to short documentary films incorporating his love of adventure, story, and music.
When not behind the camera viewfinder or editing workstation, Randy often spends his time at the piano keyboard, usually playing Chopin or Brahms.
A 20 year veteran of the computer industry, Randy has worked at Nokia, Microsoft, and NCR, and has launched startups in the areas of social media and online real estate. He received his BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University.
Randy and his wife, Kim, and son, Alex, share their Seattle home with ‘Khumbu’ their beloved Tibetan Mastiff who they brought home from the Everest region of Nepal.
‘Brothers’ – Set in the Pacific Northwest, three brothers find refuge and redemption from a troubled home through their love of fly fishing for steelhead and the enduring relationships they forge on the river.