Welcome to Taos Pueblo, New Mexico.
Continuously inhabited for 1000 years.
Here is a little taste of heaven called Taos Pueblo. Maybe you have visited or perhaps a visit is on your bucket list. All my photographs are authentic as if you were standing on the soil within the pueblo. My photos invoke the sights and smells of a very special place.
I hope you enjoy your visit to my site.
My photographs are available in two different formats: as a dry mounted photo printed on paper or a ready to hang photograph printed on aluminum. Printed paper sizes range from 8x10 to 16x20. Metal prints range in size from 11x14 to 20x30. Every photograph comes signed with an artist biography, a brief description, and business card. My gallery at Taos Pueblo is currently closed to COVID-19 to keep our pueblo safe. This site is a means of selling my work during these difficult times. If you are interested in purchasing a piece, please refer to the CONTACT ME page at the top of the site. Thank you for visiting my website!
My ancestry is Taos Pueblo and I have the priviledge to photograph this beautiful place which I call home. Since I live on tribal land, I can show the nuances of my home through the lens of my camera. Before I started doing photography full time about fifteen years ago, I was always asked what the pueblo looked like in various seasons; in particular, during the winter. Since then, I have tried to show the distinctive architecture of the pueblo in various light and seasons without the use of filters or the influence of technology.
I have been told by my fellow artists that people who see my work initially react to my photography on a personal and spiritual level. They have either been to the pueblo or they want to visit. It is my hope that my photographs will recall that special visit or captivate them to come to the pueblo.
Taos Pueblo has been continously inhabited for approxmiately 1000 years and has a culture and community that are still active and thriving today. The architecture of the multi-storied buildings is unique and is considered an influence to all other architectural styles in the region to present day. Taos Pueblo was placed on the US National Register of Historic Places in 1966 and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992.