Ron Evans’ interest in photography began at an early age with the gift of a camera for his sixth grade graduation. His love for photography has grown over the years. During college he worked as a photojournalist covering demonstrations against the Vietnam War in San Francisco and Berkeley. Also during this time, he worked freelance, having photos published in such magazines as Rolling Stone and Cycle World.
After college and before moving to Arizona in 1992, he worked as a portrait and wedding photographer at his studio in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Ron has worked with such noted photographers as
Al Weber, Cole Weston, and Jack Acrey. Ron’s true
love is climbing to that special place.
Whether it is in the back country of Sedona, or a mesa overlooking one of Arizona’s marvelous vistas, waiting for the light to become just perfect to capture the image of the Southwestern landscape. Ron’s Fine Art Photographic Prints are printed using the Giclée process.
To see a sampling of Ron’s photographic works of the Southwestern Landscape, simply click the image below!