“Visions of the Bosque” is a showcase for some of the great amateur and professional photographers in our community who have captured the unique beauty of the Bosque with their work. If you wish to submit your photos for consideration, please email us 5 to 10 sample photographs.
Featured Photographer: Jaelyn Demaria
Jaelyn deMaría is a multimedia storyteller, originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico and a postdoctoral fellow in the Communication & Journalism Department at the University of New Mexico. Her research interests are centered in the intersections of intercultural communication, justice studies, Xican@ studies, ritual behavior, border studies and anticolonial studies through a lens of visual communication and media justice. She is interested in studying strategies of resistance and models of sustainability within the context of globalization and free trade. Jaelyn worked as a staff photographer for the Albuquerque Journal before she left to pursue personal projects and opportunities in teaching. She approaches teaching through a service learning and community engagement model.
Be sure to read Jaelyn's related essay in our Voices of the Bosque section here.