Ken Garrett is an independent photographer specializing in Archaeology, Paleontology and ancient cultures worldwide. Whether in a museum or isolated location forgotten by time, he approaches each artifact, monument, and temple from every angle until it speaks to him; Ken translates his commune into exquisite images that reach out to the viewer. His editorial file includes over 60 National Geographic Magazine articles, with 14 covers, and 15 book titles; his imagery emphasizes sites of major discoveries worldwide. With an education and keen interest in the origins of civilization, Ken has formed long-standing relationships with the foremost authorities in the fields of Egyptian, Mayan and Pre-Columbian archaeology, as well as Human Evolution. His work is featured in the National Geographic Tutankhamun and Cleopatra traveling exhibit. His magazine credits include National Geographic Magazine, Smithsonian, Air and Space, Archaeology, Fortune, Forbes, Time, Life, Audubon, Geo Germany, National Wildlife and Natural History. Corporate clients include IBM, Marriott Corporation, UNC Aviation, Starbucks Coffee. Ken is a graduate of UVA and currently lives in Broad Run, Virginia.