Photo by Caroline Solecki

Albuquerque based Ryan del Rosario is a photographer who finds inspiration in the beauty of small details in everyday life. His photography portrays the dynamics of change and the richness of human stories.
Though he started with digital photography, Ryan has recently rediscovered the world of analog processes, particularly black and white and darkroom work. This tactile approach has been a welcomed challenge and learning experience in Ryan's artistry.
Ryan has honed his craft through workshops at Santa Fe Workshops and 516 Arts, as well as studio art classes at the University of New Mexico. His work has been featured in group shows at Gallery 606, curated by Natassja Sanistevan, and his images have graced the pages of notable publications, including Spin Magazine, Iconica Magazine, Albuquerque the Magazine, and The Albuquerque Journal.
Influenced by contemporary editorial and fashion photography, as well as documentary and photojournalism work, Ryan brings a unique blend of style and authenticity to his creations. He believes in the power of simplicity and the fundamentals of photography to capture raw and unfiltered moments.
A defining moment in Ryan's journey was his summer internship at the Santa Fe Workshops, where he learned from some of the industry's leading photographers. This experience not only enriched his skills but also instilled a belief in the possibility of achieving success through dedication and perseverance.
Looking ahead, Ryan aspires to become a renowned editorial photographer, sharing his images with a global audience. He dreams of creating iconic images that resonate with people around the world and hopes to hold a solo exhibition in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Additionally, he looks forward to collaborating with more musicians and artists to create captivating portraits.

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