Sally Thomson is a freelance documentary and fine art photographer based in Santa Fe, NM. Her passion lies in creating images that focus on environments and cultures that communicate a strong sense of place; one that is informed by it’s history, nature, and people. Her photographs often reflect her background in landscape architecture/environmental conservation, and explore issues related to the human condition and natural world.
Sally is a Conservation Photographer with Art for Conservation, and
co-president of the New Mexico chapter of American Society of Media Photographers. Her work has been commissioned by private individuals, corporations and not-for-profits, and has appeared in a variety of print and web-based media. Her imagery has been shown as a solo exhibit at the University of New Mexico, and in group shows in Santa Fe, at The Hubbard Museum of the West, and The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.
Sally's work is represented by Viavi Gallery, Brooklyn NY - https://viavigallery.com
Her project, Stories from the Range, was selected to appear on the FENCE NM 2017: http://fence.photoville.com/artist/stories-from-the-range/ and was featured on The World Photography Organization site, a global platform for photography initiatives. https://www.worldphoto.org/blogs/11-10-17/stories-range-family-stewardship-and-sustaining-traditions
In 2018 her project, Women Ranchers of the Southwest was part of the Biennial Exhibition for Documentary and Fine Art Photography held in Barcelona Spain.
Memberships and Associations: American Society of Media Photographers, ASMP New Mexico Co-President
North American Nature Photographers Association
Art for Conservation, Conservation Photographer.
If you would like to discuss your upcoming photo needs with Sally please feel free to contact her: firstname.lastname@example.org 505-918-0619