Ray Landry is a photographer based in Farmington, New Mexico. Ray started his career as a military photographer after attending a military photography school in Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. During his 12 years as a military photographer, he traveled to several countries covering various combat operations and public affairs events. He is currently working as a freelance photographer/videographer with a focus on indigenous people, and his work has appeared in the Farmington Daily Times, Navajo Times, Indian Country Today, The Daily Mail and The Arizona Republic. Ray’s photographic style was developed by my broad range of travel and experience. He loves telling a story by photographing people, places, and events.
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