Austin, TX, United States
Josh Bachman is currently based in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
He graduated from New Mexico State University in 2007, with a degree in journalism and minors in Latin American studies and history. He has freelanced in Seattle, interned with John Harrington Photography in Washington D.C., and worked with Zuma Press in California. Since 2009, his work has included staff photography for two daily newspapers, projects focused on part of the U.S./Mexico border, as well as teaching photography with Voces De Cambio while documenting the daily routines of the Nuevos Horizontes women's shelter in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.
Josh attended the University of Missouri as a Masters in Photojournalism Candidate. While in the program, Josh has worked as an Assistant Director of Photography for The Columbia Missourian, as an archivist for the McDougall Center for Photojournalism, and as a graduate co-coordinator for the Missouri Photo Workshop 66. He also devoted time to the Central Missouri Community Action's PhotoVoice program as a photography teacher.
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Tucked away north of Rutledge is a small farm of 135 acres unlike most of those that dot Northwestern Missouri.
Established as in egalitarian intentional community in 1974, the community of Sandhill farm grew together through shared ideals of being close to the land and the people that work and live on it.
Emory Black, the youngest member of the Sandhill community with cricket the communities dog.