Kaleb White

About

AN AMERICAN HUNTER AND PHOTOGRAPHER.

Born and raised in the Midwest, I am the son of a hard-working father and mother. As a child, I spent my time pursuing one adventure after the next. Camping, hunting and fishing throughout North America was only the beginning. Now, as a husband and father, my responsibilities have changed but my relationship, respect and passion for a vanishing frontier hasn't. Whether I'm bowhunting corn-fed whitetails at home, chasing bull elk in the high alpine basins or tempting trout on blue-ribbon waters, one thing never falters - my respect for the outdoors.

 

 

I have a lifelong relationship with nature and a degree in fine arts. My professional career has allowed me to combine my passions and hunt for the next thrill through the lens of a camera. Whether shooting in the studio or traveling the world in search of adventure, I know how to capture a moment. I've worked with all walks of life and have the natural ability to make you feel like the camera isn’t there. My style is original, bold, fun and timeless.

CAPTURING THE SPORTING LIFE.

Born and raised in the Midwest, I was raised by a hard-working family. As a child, I spent my time pursuing one adventure after the next. Camping, hunting and fishing throughout North America. This was only the beginning. Now, as a husband and father, my responsibilities have changed but my relationship, respect and passion for a vanishing frontier hasn't. Whether I'm bowhunting corn-fed whitetails at home, chasing bull elk in the high alpine basins or tempting trout on blue-ribbon waters, one thing never falters - my respect for the outdoors.

I have a lifelong relationship with nature and a degree in fine arts. My professional career has allowed me to combine my passions and hunt for the next thrill through the lens of a camera. Whether photographing in the studio or traveling the world in search of adventure, I know how to capture a moment. I've worked with all walks of life and have the natural ability to tell your story. 

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