Official Indian Market Photographers
Anthony "Thosh" Collins Since 2009 photographer Anthony "Thosh" Collins has focused his lens on indigenous communities from Canada, to his own doorstep on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in Arizona. From the time he began attending the New School for the Arts High School in Scottsdale, Arizona, at age 15, Collins has honed his expertise in the varied disciplines of portrait, fashion and editorial photography. In recognition of his talent, he received a full scholarship to the San Francisco Art Institute which served as a springboard to launch his career as a professional freelance photographer. Whether shooting acclaimed native actors like Irene Bedard and Adam Beach or creating the latest
lookbook for Beyond Buckskin, Collins uses stylized imagery and subtle wit to offer a fresh perspective on modern native culture as it's seen from within. Sought after by up-and-coming native designers like Bethany Yellowtail and Sho Sho Esquiro and frequently showcased on Indian Country Today Media Network and the covers of Native Peoples Magazine, Collins has also gained recognition beyond the reaches of the native community. In 2012, the Courtyard Marriott in Scottsdale, Arizona, chose 29 pieces of his work to place on public display.
See more of Thosh's work or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel Nadelbach has worked in photography for over 25 years in New York, Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, and now, Santa Fe. Drawing on his modeling career and versatility of training, Nadelbach specializes in fashion, architecture, interiors, resort, hospitality, and portraiture. His adaptability, flexibility, and professionalism match his artistic talent and passion in his ability to handle any situation that may arise on any assignment, whether on any location, or in his studio.
See more of Daniel's work or email him at email@example.com
Kitty Leaken is a Santa Fe-based photographer whose books include Cooking with Cafe Pasqual's (Ten Speed Press/Random House), Cooking with Johnny Vee (Gibbs Smith) and the Art of Exile (Museum of New Mexico Press). Upcoming is: Contemporary Native Artists: A Bridge of Time and Place (Gibbs Smith) with Suzanne Deats that profiles 18 creative individuals who all participate in Indian Market. Foreword by Dr. Bruce Bernstein. (Photo: Custom-made medallion for Kitty by Jody Naranjo, 2011)
"Photographing at Indian Market is like coming home to an annual rite of passage. Every year there are people I reconnect with, people I meet and always, always, creativity and artwork that amaze and delight. It's also always my birthday, so there is reason to acquire a little personal memento. This year Santa Clara potter Jody Naranjo made a very special medallion for me."
See more of Kitty's work or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Corrie has lived in Santa Fe since 1974. After graduating from The Evergreen State College in the 80's he returned home to pursue commercial photography. He specializes in Educational, Architectural, Portraits, Corporate and stock photography with a newly completed website santafestockphotos.com for easy purchase of local images. In his spare time Chris enjoys gardening with his wife/assistant Jodi and shoots New Mexico ghost towns.
"Shooting for IM allows me to see and interact with great artists. I enjoy their creativity, humility and sense of humor."
See more of Chris's work or email him at email@example.com
If you would like to learn more about how to become an Official Indian Market photographer, contact John Paul Rangel at firstname.lastname@example.org.