Photography Mentions

Photographs in Our Website

4C Photography
4C photography focuses mainly on rodeo,wildlife,nature & western lifestyle photography. NAFWS would like to say how much we appreciate his artistic eye and his willingness to let us use his photography.

Robert DesJarlait
Robert DesJarlait is from the Red Lake Ojibwe Nation. He is a visual artist, muralist, writer, historian, and educator. His paintings and illustrations primarily focus on the family life and the role of women in traditional Ojibwe-Anishinaabe culture.  He has served as a cultural mentor and advisor on many public art projects. He has authored and illustrated several curriculum units for American Indian Education Programs and American Indian agencies and organizations in Minnesota.  Robert is listed in Who’s Who in American Art, Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian, and American Indian Painters. He currently lives in Onamia, MN.

Contact Information: [email protected]

Isabelle Torivio
I love taking pictures of landscapes and animals especially hummingbirds. I’m from The Pueblo of Acoma. If you would like to see some of my work i have an art page.

Victor Tenorio

Jake Martin from The Firm Graphics 

Elwyn Jourdain Jr. 

Gilbert White Jr. 

Sam Zimmerman

Mitzi Reed

Vic Trujillo
Vic is an avid wildlife photographer with many accolades for his creative eye. His images show us all how precious our wildlife and lands are. Thank you to Vic for providing us the use of his images on our site.

Kayleigh Warren
Kayleigh Warren is Tewa and Tiwa from the Pueblo Nations of Santa Clara and Isleta. She grew up farming with traditional Pueblo agricultural practices with her family on her Tewa homelands in northern New Mexico. From this land-based upbringing as well as through community and professional mentorship, she became a passionate advocate for ancestral lands protection, native plants, and the preservation of Indigenous foodways. Kayleigh is a college junior studying Botany and Conservation Ecology, but most days she can be found farming her family’s fields in New Mexico and appreciating the diverse flora of her homelands.

Bonnie Reynolds
Bonnie Reynolds was born and raised in Nome, Alaska to Roy and Carol Piscoya. She was the youngest of six children, and then the family welcomed three more girls. She is a current shareholder of Bering Straits Native Corporation, Sitnasuak Native Corporation as well as a Nome Eskimo Community tribal member.  She is married to Kirk Reynolds and together they have three children: Jake Stettenbenz, Jillian Stettenbenz and Kyle Reynolds.  Bonnie graduated from Nome Beltz High School and briefly attended University of Alaska Anchorage and Fort Lewis College.

Bonnie and Kirk owned their own private airplane while in Nome, and every trip her camera was always in tow.   All of her photographs have been taken while on a flight or a drive everywhere around the Seward Peninsula. 

Bonnie is the winner of several Honorable Mentions (years: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019) as well as a 3rd Place in 2019 and a 1st place in 2020 in the Nome Arts Council photo contest, resulting in her photos displayed in the annual calendar. She has also entered the annual Iditarod Arts Show contests; receiving the Patrice Shook Award in 2015 and in 2019, she received 1st Place. Bonnie also entered a photo contest with the Alaska Airmen’s Association and two of her photos were featured in their 2018 and 2019 calendars. 

Bonnie’s inspiration came from her father, Roy, who also had a great interest in cameras and photography. Bonnie hasn’t taken any photography classes, so her natural eye for beauty is all her natural talents. 

Bonnie recently moved to Menifee, California and continues to take photographs of the great landscapes of California and beyond. Bonnie is currently working on building her small business in photography as well as her own website.

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