Steve Wentworth Guest at Studio #1 1019 Guadalupe Court NW
“I am a long-time resident of Alameda and a native New Mexican. I concentrate on wildlife and environmental work documenting what I see in an area. Most of my photography is done within a short radius of Albuquerque. I try to capture the detail and beauty of the living environment as I experience it. I reproduce the image in a natural manner while trying to bring out the detail and color that is already there. Every time I take out my camera gear I learn something new.
I share my work with different government groups, educational institutions and environmental groups. I do some public events like the Gathering of Nations and some journalistic work for UNM. Some of my work can be seen on the Sierra Club’s “Save the Bosque” website at: www.savethebosque.org in the “Visions” tab and in “Photo Credits” tab.
My personal website only shows a very small percentage of my work – my photo archive is very large. Please contact me if you are interested in other images of New Mexico wildlife.”
All animals were photographed in natural light and were free and wild unless stated differently. I am always amazed at what we can see if we only take the time to be still and look around.”