Freelance photographer in search of truth, beauty, shadow and light.


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"One recognizes one's course by discovering the paths that stray from it." albert camus


RAEchel Running's work expresses the spirit of the iconic west. Creative, Classic. Timeless.


Running's passion for her work is to go beyond borders and connect backyards. From Peru to the Greater Southwest, and the US/Mexico borderlands her work explores cultural and environmental issues.


Running's strong visual concepts combine digital imaging and mixed media techniques to create evocative stories.


A published photographer for over twenty five years Running's work has been internationally recognized in 2007 in PDN, the International Color Awards, and as a finalist in National Geographic photographer David Allan Havery's Emerging Photographers series. She exhibits her fine art and enjoys teaching visual literacy.


She's addicted to strong dark roast coffee, learning, seeing and discovering the world. She loves anything with pictures and words. Please visit the blog for a spin. She presently calls Tucson, AZ home after five years living as an artist in resident in Chihuahua, Mexico.


SEE things differently. RUN WITH IT.




RAEchel editorial pieces:

Sojourn Magazine; Published by Grand Canyon Association; release date July 25th 2009

Raechel's photo collages and text in collaboration with her father, photographer John Running,

tell of the unseen connections of the ancient cultures between the northern Arizona plateau and Casas Grandes, Chihuahua.


Vision China; The Largest Publication in China The circulation of Vision is 228,000

Published in May 2009. Raechel's photography and story profiles the Casas Grandes region in a 30 page story.

the editorial piece:


Center for Casas Grandes Studies slideshow honoring Spencer and Emi Mac Callum's support of the arts and community in the region. movie(md).mov

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