Kenneth Garrett’s photos are like time capsules containing images of primitive cultures and forgotten lands. Originally from Missouri, Garrett studied photojournalism and earned a degree in anthropology. Upon graduation, he shot his first National Geographic article. Garrett specializes in photos of archeology, paleontology and ancient cultures worldwide. He believes these images delve into our past, and tell us who we are today. Garrett’s work has been published in numerous books and magazines, and exhibited in many respected museums in the United States and abroad.