Craig Varjabedian is an award-winning photographer who explores the back roads of the American West, making pictures of the unique and quintessential. He shares awe-inspiring stories of the land and the people who live on it—one photograph at a time.
To paraphrase Norman Rockwell, "The secret to so many artists living so long is that every photograph is a new adventure. So, you see, they're always looking ahead to something new and exciting. The secret is not to look back."
A selection of photographs from Into the Great White Sands, my new book that celebrates the beauty of White Sands National Monument.
Light of the Great Mystery | The North American Indian
The passing of every old man or woman means the passing of some tradition, some knowledge of sacred rites possessed by no other . . .
Edward S. Curtis, Photographer
WHISPERS OF AWE
It was in the rare moments presented in these photographs that I felt a profound sense of awe—a hushed moment—when in the blink of an eye, the deer and her fawn appear in the woods. These images for me are incredible gifts and I present them here as examples of my best work.
Photographs Celebrating the beauty of New Mexico
Photographs of the northern New Mexico landscape that inspired painter Georgia O'Keeffe.