John Dyer is a professional photographer, with over 30 years experience, based in San Antonio. Early influenced by the work of Russell Lee and Garry Winogrand, he has spent his career documenting the people and culture of San Antonio, South Texas and his native Montana.
John has produced photographs for, among others, Time magazine, Newsweek, Elle, Fortune, Business, Money, Texas Monthly, Mas, Los Angeles magazine and Travel & Leisure. He shoots annual reports for many of the Fortune 500 companies and works for many national advertising agencies.
John’s work has been selected for publication in American Photography, Print Magazine (Certificate of Design Excellence), Communications Arts Photography Annual, Graphis Photo, Flash Magazine (Creative Excellence Award) and HOW Magazine (Self-Promotion Award). He added motion (video) to his capabilities 7 years ago and has shot a feature film (“Our Father”), short documentaries and branding videos for a variety of clients.
John has exhibited his photographs extensively over the past 20 years at such museums and galleries as: McNay Art Museum, Museo Alameda, Witte Museum, Bismarck Gallery, Greasewood Gallery (Marfa), Houston Museum of Fine Arts, the Briscoe Museum of Western Art and others.
These gorgeous photos are a part of his work that John took the ‘Queen of Tejano Music’ Selena in 1992.