Sherri is a fine art photographer and a native Coloradoan whose birth and childhood heritage connects her to historical settlers and Apache tribes of southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. Upon college graduation, Sherri left Colorado to travel and see the world, returning in 2009. Sherri’s true passion is photography with a focus on historical and cultural documentation using infrared and black and white formats. She has studied fine art photography and instructed in the darkroom at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Florida. Additionally, Sherri completed photographic workshops with renowned photographers Joyce Tenneson, Clyde Butcher and Jill Enfield. She continues to fine tune her skills through education. In 2009, she returned to Colorado to live in the land closest to her heart – the American Southwest. Sherri now pursues her passion while photographing the incredible vistas and historical landmarks of these sacred lands. Sherri serves on the One Nation Walking Together board, and is on the staff of the One Nation Film Festival serving as the Website Coordinator and Photographer.