Kas's father David purchased his first Box Brownie camera in the 1930s, embarking on a lifelong photographic journey that he shared generously with the next generation. Not surprisingly, Kas has always had a camera. However she resisted serious photography until about a decade ago when, in need of pictures to illustrate her writings, she began to put her camera to practical use. She quickly succumbed to the family passion, and a whole new career emerged. Today her photographs appear regularly in Canadian magazines, websites and fine art print exhibitions. She leads photographic and digital imaging workshops, and has been a popular presenter and judge with the Greater Toronto Council of Camera Clubs. Kas was the featured photographer in the Winter 2010 edition ofOutdoor Photography Canada magazine.