Keri Oberly is a photographer, cinematographer, and activist based in Ventura, California. Originally from Lake Tahoe, she is a graduate of Brooks Institute of Photography.
She specializes in documentary photography and film, collaborating on environmental, sustainability, Indigenous rights, and food-related stories.
Experienced in all aspects of production from pre-production to post, she has worked on award-winning documentary series, short, and feature length films from I'll Be Gone In The Dark, The Innocence Files, The Kingmaker, The Biggest Little Farm, Foster, Gay Chorus Deep South, to Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind.
Work has been featured in Patagonia, The Washington Post Magazine, The New York Times, National Geographic Adventure, Vogue, Teen Vogue, ProPublica, Atmos, Vice, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Guardian, HBO, Showtime, Variety, Esquire, Afar, Yes!, Men's Journal, Huffington Post, Orion Magazine, Pacific Standard, Outside Magazine, Truthout, Intelligent Life-The Economist, ABC News, Indian Country Today, Anchorage Daily News, Reno Gazette-Journal, Ventura County Star, Cover Magazine, Edible Magazine, KTVN News, Sierra Sun, Tahoe Magazine, Semester at Sea, One World Futbol, Lands' End, Mountain Standard, Africa Lens, Wounded Warriors, Lonely Planet.
She loves being in the outdoors, volunteering, traveling, and getting lost.