Central American gallery

Central America



Nebaj, Guatemala, Late Fall — I have driven north from Chichicastenango, up through Quiche province, to the remote town of Nebaj, in the Central Highlands.  This is the heartland of Mayan culture, where 98% of the population is indigenous.  Everywhere I see strength and tenacity in the face of centuries of adversity, poverty and murderous repression.  They are true survivors.  This young mother nursing her baby catches my eye as I wander around the small town.  She is shy but trusting; open to me and my camera.  The rich color of her handwoven huipile, her traditional clothing, is vivid against the teal wall.  I walk on in the chilly mountain morning, feeling satisfied.


To purchase fine art photographic prints from my Central American gallery, please use the online shopping cart, or contact me to make other arrangements. Photographs are archivally printed in limited editions, and are signed and numbered. Some images and sizes may be temporarily out of stock, and some sizes in limited editions are sold out.

La Madre — Guatemala

Bella — Mexico

Matriarch — Mexico

La Madre Bella Matriarch

Daughter of Joyabaj — Guatemala

Cebollas — Guatemala

Daughter of Joyabaj Cebollas

Hopeful — Guatemala

Facing the Day — Guatemala

Hopeful Facing the Day

Cada Dia — Guatemala

Directo —Guatemala

Little Sister — Mexico    

Cada Dia title Little Sister

Hombres Pequenos — Guatemala

Ten Little Piggies — Guatemala

Hombres Pequenos Ten Little Piggies

Father and Son at 6:30am — Guatemala

Blue Chairs — Mexico

Father and Son at 6:30 am Blue Chairs

Satisfecho — Guatemala

Shelter from the Storm — Honduras

Satisfecho Shelter from the Storm