Joe Garcia – Put a face with the name

Joe Garica | jpegJoe | Downtown Amarillo

If you’re looking for a laid back, easy-going, professional photographer, then you’ve come to the right place. My goal is simple: to create beautiful images that capture the true beauty of the people and places I’m blessed to photograph.

My day job allows me to have some of the best gear in town, and photography is my “Professional Hobby.” It’s just what I love to do!

Staged studio shots, over-editing, upselling clients for every little thing, and crazy filters aren’t in my playbook. However, if you’d like to travel to unique locations, get creative, and gain a friend in the process, then I’m your guy!

Ready to work with a pro?

I’m looking forward to working with you and creating something amazing!

Every photo has a story:

Photos for Globe-News: Venom drop season opener 38-28

Despite it being the home debut, and the season-opening game, Justin Reese was more than critical of his players Saturday night.Reese felt his team lacked sharpness, focus and urgency in the first half, which would go on to result in a 38-28 loss to the West Texas Warbirds inside the Amarillo Civic Center.

A group of WTAMU female athletes run down the track at the 2021 Lone Star Conference Track meet.
2021 Lone Star Conference Track Meet

The 2021 Lone Star Conference Track Meet did not disappoint this year! Being a local of Canyon/Amarillo area, I was undoubtedly rooting for the West Texas A&M Buffalos and Lady Buffs to sweep the meet. 

A Change of Scenery

What a change of scenery the Amarillo area has seen in the last week! Rain like we haven’t seen in years has flooded our very dry area, making the sky an awesome moving artwork in the evenings.

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