Photographer Kari Medig grew up in a cabin in northern British Columbia. He is drawn to acts of photography that involve a physical element. The tougher and more remote the environment, the happier he is. His series is an ongoing project that examines the intersection between humans and nature. Kari is particularly comfy in snowy places, steep or flat. He has a penchant for 120 film, drinks at least two coffees a day and relates well to folks with beards.