Daniel Gibson studied journalism and photography at the University of New Mexico, and served almost four years as a Public Information Officer III for the New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs. He has since worked as a writer and editor for numerous local, regional, and national publications, including serving as editor of Native Peoples magazine for 12+ years, as founding editor of the annual Land, Water, People, Time, and editing annual magazines for the Santa Fe New Mexican, including Indian Market Magazine, Bienvenidos, Spanish Market Magazine, International Folk Art Festival, and more. He has edited several books and written many guidebooks, including the popular “Pueblos of the Rio Grande: A Visitor’s Guide.” He also co-authored a large-format art book, “Kevin Red Star: Crow Indian Artist,” with his wife, photographer Kitty Leaken. Born and raised in Albuquerque, NM, he now lives in Santa Fe.
Feature Stories by Daniel
- Keepers of Indigenous Tradition (writer)