Sherri is an infrared landscape photographer and a native Coloradan whose heritage connects her to both the historical settlers of Colorado and the Native American tribes of Colorado and New Mexico. Upon college graduation, Sherri left her Colorado home to travel and see the world with her husband while raising her three children. In 2009, after 27 years away, she returned to Colorado to live in the land closest to her heart. Currently, Sherri is photographing the incredible vistas and historical landmarks of America’s western lands. Her focus is on historical and cultural documentation using infrared and black and white formats. She has studied fine art photography at various colleges, was a student assistant and substitute instructor in the Fine Arts Department (Photography) at Hillsborough CC in Tampa, Florida, and has completed many photographic workshops with a variety of well known photographers. Sherri has previously served on the One Nation Walking Together board and is on the staff of the One Nation Powwow serving as the website coordinator. She is also an ongoing photographic contributor to the Kiowa County Independent and Plains and Canyons. Contact via her website: Sherri Mabe Images.