Pat is an award-winning New Hampshire-based photographer and dedicated animal advocate, specializing in custom pet photography and studio portraiture. Her animal industry career began with the 1983 launching of the NH Seacoast’s first Professional Pet Sitting service. This led her to an industry-building, National Association of Pet Sitters board tenure.
Pat’s work with NAPS and her twelve year career as a highly regarded Professional Animal Groomer also included teaching at the University of New Hampshire as an adjunct animal industry educator. Her professional animal care experiences, combined with a lifelong history of volunteerism in shelters and beyond, paved the way for her evolution into a dream career in the field of creative animal imagery.
An avid wildlife, landscape and travel photographer, Pat can also be found exploring the globe, photographing people and locations including Cuba, Cambodia, Africa, Hawaii, Canada, Europe and the Caribbean Islands. She can also be found hiking, skiing or photographing the mountains of northern New England, the Rockies and the Austrian Alps.
Pat is a founding member of The Seacoast Photographers Studios of Dover, a member of the Professional Photographers of America, the NH Chapter of PPA and several local photography organizations. She is a juried, exhibiting member of the NH Art Association, the Massachusetts Plymouth Art Guild and the Best Top Photographer International Photographers Gallery and exhibiting in the Netherlands through 2017. Her award winning fine art and travel photography has been well received in numerous exhibits and galleries throughout New England, and beyond.
Pat Corlin Photography
736 Middle Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801
‘The artistic legacy I strive to achieve is to create a body of work honoring where I have been and all whom I have encountered along the way.’ – Pat Kennedy Corlin
GRATITUDE to the FABULOUS Elia Locardi www.blamethemonkey.com for one of my favorite “Shooter Gets Shot” images! Captured on the Tonle Sap River during our visit to the Floating Village in the Siem Reap area of Cambodia, Elia Locardi and Colby Brown of The Giving Lens http://www.TheGivingLens.com opened the world to me!