David Alan Harvey Presents…Divided Soul!

Photograph © David Alan Harvey. All Rights Reserved.

I am pleased to say that my long time friend and mentor, David Alan Harvey, will be showing his work at the prestigious Open Shutter gallery right here in my home town, Durango, Colorado.

The show opens this Friday, May 13, followed by a formal lecture on Saturday. David is traveling to Durango to present Divided Soul as an accompaniment to the photographic exhibition of the same name.

Visit the Open Shutters site to see a preview of Mr. Harvey’s work spanning decades of assignments working across Spain and Latin America.

David is a Magnum photographer, long time contributor to National Geographic Magazine, and the editor of Burn Magazine.

If your in the neighborhood, certainly don’t miss this opportunity to meet David in person…Cheers, Jeremy

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Spotlight on Gallereies: La Ruta Maya – Part 2

Two young boys, near the village of El Remate, swim at dusk in Lake Petén Itzá, located in the Petén.


The rainy season at Lake Atitlan had dampened most of my clothes, but not my spirits. I shoved all my belongings back in my bag and was soon headed northeast toward Flores, Tikal, and the remainder of my time in Guatemala.

Photographs from the Tikal National Park in the Peten region of Guatemala, showcasing the massive archeological remains of the Maya, are intermingled with more human moments at El Remate on Lake Petén Itzá, and La Fiesta Nacional Indigena de Guatemala ( Festival Folklorico ) held in Coban.


Explore the experiences and imagery at my Photoshelter Gallery: La Ruta Maya II.


Photograph © Jeremy Wade Shockley 2011.

Spotlight on Galleries: La Ruta Maya

Photographs © Jeremy Wade Shockley 2011.

Images from my third and most recent trip to Guatemala are available in a recently published Gallery: La Ruta Maya I

These images span travels throughout the Lake Atitlan region and the colonial city of Antigua.

Click HERE to enter the photo gallery! …keep checking back! Adventures in Coban and Tikal are soon to be posted.

Regards, Jeremy