Andy Karr is a longtime Buddhist meditator and amateur photographer. He is the author of Contemplating Reality: A Practitioner’s Guide to the View in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism.
A Practitioner's Guide to the View in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism
This book is for intermediate and advanced Buddhist practitioners who wish to deepen their understanding by joining practice with study of traditional ideas. It introduces the reader to contemplations that investigate a series of views of reality as they evolved… Read More
Seeing the World with Fresh Eyes
This book teaches us how to fully connect with the visual richness of our ordinary, daily experience. Photography is not just a mechanical process; it requires learning how to see. As you develop your ability to look and see, you… Read More
Andy Karr is a writer, photographer, longtime meditator, and Buddhist teacher. He trained intensively with two of the great founding teachers of Western Buddhism: Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, author of Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind, and Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche.
Karr’s books are concerned with investigating the nature of mind and the phenomenal world, and helping people cultivate the most essential photographic skill: clear seeing.
Andy Karr discusses some images from his and Michael Wood's book, The Practice of Contemplative Photography.