Kim Carlsberg Biography
Kim Carlsberg wrote her first book in 1995 "Beyond My Wildest Dreams, Diary of a UFO Abductee" in which she documented her personal contact experiences. The release of this book is considered a milestone in contact literatute and had a profound effect on those with few mean to validate there own experiences. There collective response let Kims second book "The Art of Close Encounters" where one lone voice was join by a chorus of those others whom experienced inexplicable encounters and relationships with non-human entities.
Kim is an environmentalist and a commercial photographer who has worked with celebrities, rock stars and even US presidents. Her photography work has appeared in Rolling Stone magazine and Time. As a result of her work on the TV series Bay Watch she became the first woman accepted into the the IATSE "International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees". Kim has travelled thoughout Europe, Africa and the Americas. She as the greatest affinity for the American Southwest. "I feel a deep resonance with the Native Indian Culture and its sacred regard for Mother Earth." "Unfortunately, the 'secret' places I have photographed in the past are quickly disappearing into the modern world.