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John Annerino is an award winning photographer, author, and photojournalist of distinguished photography books, illustrated nonfiction books and maps, magazine and news features, and single-artist calendars of the American West, Old Mexico, and the United States/Mexico border region.
His distinctive rights-managed images, commissioned fine art prints, and wall murals are available for discerning art buyers, picture editors, creative directors, publishers, designers, and collectors.
John's assignment, consultant, and published work includes ABC News Primetime, America 24/7: 24 Hours, 7 Days, Extraordinary Images of One American Week (Blackhawk helicopter patrols), Arizona Highways (Rowing Home: An Adventure Photographer Follows in the Wake of a Grand Canyon Explorer, Adventure: Documenting the Quest), Browntrout Calendars (Natural Landscapes of Mexico, Desert Light, and La Virgen de Guadalupe), Fortune, Heard American Indian Art & History Museum (Native Voices speaker, Tarahumara); LIFE (One Nation World Trade Center editions; Kids Pictures to God, Pima Native American photography mentor), México Desconocido (Exposiciones Remotas/ Remote Exposures), National Geographic Adventure (The Grand Canyon Explored; National Park War Zone), National Law Journal (Environmental Law), Native Peoples Magazine (People of the Sierra, Mexico), Newsweek (Hopi), New York Times Magazine, New York Times Travel (Tarahumara, Mountains of Mexico), Outside (Exposure), Outdoor Photography UK (Colorado Plateau Wild and Beautiful), People Magazine (Word Warriors, Navajo Code Talkers), Popular Photography (Shudder Speeds + Death Stops), Scientific American, Time Magazine (Out of the Shadows), Travel Holiday (Pow Wow Nation), Travel & Leisure (scenic Grand Canyon cover shoot), Sierra Club Books (The Wild Country of Mexico/La tierra salvaje de México), W.W. Norton (Indian Country: Sacred Ground, Native Peoples), and many prestigious clients worldwide. John received a Book Builder’s West Award “Outstanding Photography” for the Sierra Club Book Canyons of the Southwest, Rodeo Hall of Fame acclaim for Roughstock: The Toughest Events in Rodeo, Southwest Book of the Year Awards "Best Reading" for the W.W. Norton book Vanishing Borderlands: The Fragile Landscape of the U.S.-Mexico Border, and Gibbs Smith book The Virgin of Guadalupe: Art and Legend; and a Society of Publication Designers Award for his photography in the National Geographic Adventure border feature, “Along the Devil’s Highway.”
John has dedicated his life to photographing, writing, and publishing about the endangered places, people, and cultures of the Great Southwest, Latin America, and the U.S./Mexico borderlands. In his quest to explore the mythic landscapes and secret places of this extraordinary region by foot, raft, rope, camera, and pen over the last 25 years, John has climbed its hallowed mountains, rowed and rafted its wild and scenic rivers, and traced its ancient Indian paths on foot through deep canyons and painted deserts. John has befriended and photographed the region’s Indigenous peoples and ceremonies, Western cowboys and traditions, and Spanish heritage and celebrations.