Santa Fe by Gene Peach

Santa Fe
Introduction by Christine Mather
Museum of New Mexico Press (2014)

It's a gorgeous, luminous homage to one of the great American cities. ‑Chicago Tribune

Gene Peach digs deep, getting under Santa Fe's earthen skin to depict her human heart. His Santa Fe is home. ‑Carmela Padilla, author of The Chile Chronicles and Low 'n Slow

This is a visual love story, a gift to us, in which we are both subject and privileged observer. ‑Baron Wolman, first head photographer for Rolling Stone Magazine

Making a Hand by Gene Peach

Making a Hand: Growing Up Cowboy in New Mexico
Essay by Max Evans & Introduction by Elmer Kelton
Museum of New Mexico Press (2005)

It is one of those books destined to become a classic. ‑Santa Fe Reporter

One of the most important cowboy chronicles to come around in ages. It's more than a coffee-table book. It's history. It's human. ‑Western Writers of America Roundup Magazine

A permanent monument to ranch culture.
‑Las Cruces Sun Times

Looking at Peach's photographs of the children-proud, capable, and strong-will restore your confidence that the future is in good hands. ‑Cowboys & Indians Magazine

Los Luceros by Gene Peach

Los Luceros: New Mexico's Morning Star
Text by Michael Wallis
Museum of New Mexico Press (2018)

Making a Hand celebrates the continuity of the authentic cowboy way of life. ‑American Cowboy Magazine

Making a Hand is an irresistible book. ‑Salt Lake City Deseret News

Gene Peach is a very fine photographer. ‑Larry McMurtry, Oscar and Pulitzer Prize winning author

Here is a publishing event of singular importance. ‑N. Scott Momaday, Pulitzer Prize winning author

Gene Peach's fine photography is sure to bring a smile to those of any age. ‑Western Horseman Magazine

Santa Fe Icons by Gene Peach

Santa Fe Icons: 50 Symbols of the City Different
Text by Camille Flores
Globe Pequot (2010)

You can purchase Gene's books online and at the following independent bookstores:

Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse, Santa Fe
Museum of New Mexico Shops, Santa Fe
Bookworks, Albuquerque