Theodore Greer loves living in the Jemez - and it shows in his photographs. The majestic canyons, sparkling water, and peaceful woodlands are all subjects of his lens.
Theodore Greer is a native of New Mexico, and has spent most of his life climbing its mesas and trekking its forests, valleys and deserts, using his camera to share his vision of this beautiful corner of the Southwest, and its Native American and Spanish people and cultures. He lives with his wife Donna Lea in Jemez Springs, where they collaborate by combining his photography with her fabric art.
Theodore Greer has had many shows in galleries and museums, both in groups and solo, and has a long list of collectors of his fine art prints. He has also been represented in many publications, including New Mexico Magazine and Vacation Guide. His work is offered for sale at the Walatowa Visitor Center at Jemez Pueblo, the Jemez Artisans Gallery in Jemez Springs, and at Fuller Lodge Art Center in Los Alamos.