Rosemary Kaul

Rosemary Kaul worked for newspapers in Chicago for six years prior to joining The Los Angeles Times, where she stayed for 11 years until 1994. She then moved to Albuquerque, and with help from many people she designed and built her own home of straw bales, with solar electricity and passive solar heat, near the mountains south of the town. After two years on the wire photo desk of the Albuquerque Tribune, Kaul was forced to leave her job due to health problems.