Alyn Robert Brereton
The images I photograph reflect scenes of traditional cowboy culture in the American west, the environment in which I was raised. Most of the images I shoot are at local rodeos in Central California within driving distance of Modesto where I reside.
I also photograph cattle ranching traditions and conventions on occasion when invited.
Besides these two genres, street photography is my focus when traveling internationally.
Primatologist by Training
Educator by Career
Friend of Coyote by Choice
Member: PRCA and CCPRA
ProRodeo Sports News
PRCA Business Journal
Farm and Ranch Living
LaGrange Rodeo 2019
La Grange Rodeo 2020
CHAPS: Central Valley Arts, Modesto, CA 2018 - 2nd place, photography
PRANCER: Grand Theatre, Tracy, CA 2020 - Window Shades Project
WE THREE: Tuolumne County Arts, INFOCUS, Sonora, CA 2021 - Charles Moore Excellence in Photography
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence then does knowledge.”
"Inside of me there are two dogs. One is mean and evil and the other is good and they fight each other all the time. When asked which one wins I answer, the one I feed the most."
TATANKA-IYOTANKA (a.k.a. SITTING BULL)