Instagram: January 21, 2017 at 10:44AM

Taking a #Selfie in the #mirror of this #deserted house; Being #Single has its perks such as my freedom to travel and be footloose on the minimal. I don’t know too many girls that would love to travel and do photography!? My brother and I are growing our stone company at @ettrading and I’m gearing up to take 4.5 ton of #Alabaster stone over to #NewMexico this coming Tuesday! I’ll have to stop by a few abandoned trailers on the way! ??? ~ via Instagram: ift.tt/2jBdstu

Instagram: January 17, 2017 at 08:17AM

There’s so much drama and division in my family about #Alabaster Stone Mining that it would put #DuckDynasty to shame. We have enough drama going on that we need our own #TVShow on #DiscoveryChannel. We would call it #RockDynasty! ~ via Instagram: ift.tt/2iJKetI

Daily Instagrams: July 20, 2016 at 04:36PM

This unfinished sculpture is by my friend, #AlvinMarshall #whois #Diné #Navajo! What many of you, who are my friends and supporters don’t realize is that I sell & trade Alabaster stone to #NativeAmerican stone carvers throughout the #Southhwest. This is how I make a living to survive and it allows me to travel. I also do this for my family because they ask me to and so do many of the carvers. As long as my family is are able to get the stone, the #Alabaster will continue to lead me to the people who I am supposed to meet. I realize the importance behind “why” I do this. The stone is sacred in many ways because of the human relationships and friendships that form as a result of the stone. The stone also allows me to travel and capture beautiful photos of the American #Southwest, otherwise, I could not afford to travel. I have a lot of respect for the rock; it is special as you can see the spirit of it in Albin’s sculpture. August is the month when I sell the most stone in #NewMexico because of the upcoming #IndianMarket in #SantaFe. I’ve been busy the last few days as I prepare to bring about 4.5 tons of Alabaster out to Albuquerque, Santa Fe and #Taos. I look forward to meeting up with my friends, @kiltica and John Suazo at Taos Pueblo. I’m leaving Friday morning and will be on he road for the next several days until the work is done! #Nm #abq #golobos #nativeart #native #lifeways #truth #art #utahphotographer ~ via Instagram: ift.tt/2a9QbeR