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The following conversation took place February 14, 2019, between Kristina Ortez, and writer and photographer Jim O’Donnell. Ortez and O’Donnell have been friends for over five years. … more
Title(s) and work responsibilities: Animal control officer under the town of Taos Police Department, but I also work closely with others departments within the town of Taos and its many … more
I have my dream job with the town of Taos. I do enjoy working with youth in our community and creating work relationships with great people who share this sense of community with me. more
In this month’s Homes magazine, we profile a beautiful 5,000 square-foot passive solar homestead sitting on 30 forested acres in Gallina Canyon neighborhood and seven native plants we recommend that reduce water use. more
Two are related artists. Another is a collector and museum creator. One’s an environmental activist. Another is a dog whisperer. Some are adventurers, business owners and another is a teacher. … more
Mary Esther Winters welcomes customers into her cozy café at Taos Pueblo. more
Zoë Zimmerman was raised on the south side of Taos and, launched from the inspiration and support of an artistically fertile community, has achieved an international reputation as a fine art … more
Originally from Brisbane, Australia, Morgan Timms is a visual journalist and multimedia producer for The Taos News. She graduated from Southern Illinois University with double … more
Terry Thompson’s fascination with the art of photography stems from his former 14-year career in underwater film production. His current work continues to emphasize the stunning natural beauty … more
Rick Romancito is editor of Tempo magazine, the arts and entertainment magazine of The Taos News. A longtime employee of the hometown newspaper, Romancito has had a rich and varied career in a number … more
Jim O’Donnell is an award-winning wilderness advocate, author and conservation photographer based in Taos, New Mexico. His work has appeared in National Geographic Maps, Discover, Scientific … more
Debbie Lujan is a landscape photographer who specializes in images of her ancestral home, Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. Marked by a strong sense of composition and depth, the intersection of light and … more
Kathryn is a fine art and studio/on-location photographer. For her fine art work, which she shows under the NM Visions (nmviz.com) banner, Kathryn builds dramatic and thoughtful scenes by combining … more
Ultralight aerial photographer Chris Dahl-Bredine says of his work, “To see this spectacular world form above — to soar like the birds — has been a dream of humans since the … more
Charles “Jim” Cox  is a Taos artist, photographer, farm manager and Vet Corps member.  “Much of my artwork in the mediums of oil, acrylic and pencil illustration has … more
Steven Bundy is a fine art photographer whose central subject matter focuses on Landscape and Southwest Americana in and around the western United States. Steven attempts to blend his 36-year … more
“Kathleen Brennan’s large and diverse body of photographic work reflects the life of a self-directed woman who has followed her heart and connected the threads of her experience to … more
Megan Bowers is a Level II Visual Arts endorsed teacher. She attended Hampshire College for Creative Writing and then went on to graduate from Parsons School of Design in N.Y.C. Megan then worked as … more
Alley Cantina patrons make their way home from Taos Plaza after a night out. more
The Milky Way as seen from Blueberry Hill mesa. more
Taos loves its live music options. Durango, Colorado, band Liver Down the River performs at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership. Adrian Findley, TMB Mothership house sound tech, summed it up, "People … more
A rabbit greets the morning near the Río Grande Gorge Bridge, locally known as the "Gorge Bridge," which is a steel deck arch bridge spanning the gorge located 10 miles northwest of Taos. At … more
A coyote is spotted at the intersection of Paseo del Cañon West and Paseo del Pueblo Sur in Taos. more
Under the light of his headlamp, Chris Caudill chops wood to help enliven a bonfire outside Taos Mesa Brewing. more
Taos Ski Valley slopes are groomed at dusk. more
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