Guy’s photography serves both as the observer and the observed. In the still point of the moment he captures images that bring order to reality and the combined aesthetic experience of sense and form are blended into a sensation of beauty. The picture allows the observer to use their imagination, to have an aesthetic experience beyond the literal, formal level of known facts and instead be transported to the realm of enjoyment resulting from new experiences occurring each time the piece is viewed.
An avid photographer, Guy has a keen and sensitive eye for his subject. He has exhibited widely. Most recently, his black and white work was featured in the High and Dry Show in Lubbock, Texas in November 2016. He is a member of the Dead Photographers Society and has photographs in the HABS/HAER Collection of the Library of Congress and in the University of New Mexico Southwest Collection as well as a variety of private collections.
St. Matthew’s Cemetery – Photograph ‑ 16″ x 48″
Valentine Diner – Photograph ‑ 16″ x 20″
Morada – Photograph ‑ 16″ x 20″
Martinez Hacienda – Photograph ‑ 16″ x 20″
Acoma Pueblo – Photograph ‑ 16″ x 20″