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  • New Mexico Wild Applauds Introduction of Bill to Enhance and Protect New Mexico’s Rio Grande del Norte and Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monuments

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                             New Mexico Wild Applauds Introduction of Bill to Enhance and Protect New Mexico’s Rio Grande del Norte and Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monuments Contact: Tisha Broska, Deputy Director, New Mexico Wild, 505-321-6131, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Albuquerque, NM, July Read More
  • New Mexico Wild Applauds Introduction of Bill to Enhance and Protect New Mexico’s Rio Grande del Norte and Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monuments (2)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                             New Mexico Wild Applauds Introduction of Bill to Enhance and Protect New Mexico’s Rio Grande del Norte and Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monuments Contact: Tisha Broska, Deputy Director, New Mexico Wild, 505-321-6131, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Albuquerque, NM, July Read More
  • Conservationists to rally against the ecologically harmful Gila River diversion

    MEDIA ADVISORY June 29, 2018 Contact:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 505.715.8388 Conservationists to rally against the ecologically harmful Gila River diversion No Dam Diversion on the Gila Rally scheduled for Monday, July 2 at 5pm June 29, 2018, Albuquerque, NM – The Gila Conservation Read More
  • Conservationists to rally against the ecologically harmful Gila River diversion

    MEDIA ADVISORY June 29, 2018 Contact:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 505.715.8388 Conservationists to rally against the ecologically harmful Gila River diversion No Dam Diversion on the Gila Rally scheduled for Monday, July 2 at 5pm June 29, 2018, Albuquerque, NM – The Gila Conservation Read More
  • New Mexico Wild Celebrates Decision to Prohibit Energy Development in Sensitive Jemez Mountains;

           Geothermal Leasing Would Have Risked Groundwater, Sacred Sites, and Recreation Areas Contact: Mark Allison, Executive Director, New Mexico Wild, 505-239-0906 Judy Calman, Staff Attorney, New Mexico Wild, 505-615-5020 ALBUQUERQUE, NM (June 13, 2018) -- The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) Read More
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David MeunchDavid Muench
http://davidmuenchphotography.com

I made my first photographs as a teenager in the late 1950s, and had my first photographs published as front and back covers of Arizona Highways when Raymond Carlson was editor, and I was still in high school.

There was never any question of my career. My education in photography and in art – both at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY, and the Los Angeles Art Center School of Design -- provided me with the formality of a degree in photography, and an understanding of the technology of the time, but I felt – and continue to feel – that my most profound learning experiences were in the field.

Even now, as the technology of photography explodes in directions undreamed of in my early days, and as I continue to learn, to expand in new directions, it is nature that remains my teacher.

 

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