Kenneth Garrett’s camera is a time machine voyaging back to primitive cultures and forgotten lands. Born in Missouri, Garrett studied photojournalism and received a degree in anthropology. The same year he graduated, he shot his first article for National Geographic. Garrett specializes in articles regarding archeology, paleontology and ancient cultures around the world. He believes these images give us insight into our past, and tell us who we are today. Garrett’s work has been published in books and magazines, and exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology and abroad.