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Levi Blackwolf is an enrolled member of The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Levi Blackwolf presents some of today's most cutting edge photos for the masses, portraying the true beauty of Native American culture and people.

 Graduating in '93 and an intern with The Museum At Warm Springs in '95, Levi Blackwolf has managed to pursue his ambitions photographing pow-wows, models, landscapes, adventures, and wildlife to name a few. His photos have proven to be true works of art that can be taken to our future generations of photographers and artists.

Levi Blackwolf and Wolfn Photographies exhibit showcased in the Spring of 2010 at the Museum At Warm Springs. During this time, Levi continued his projects and traveled the West Coast and beyond with a camera in hand.

 Levi's ambitions inspired his all Native American Women's 2011 Calendar and showcased his images everywhere he went. In the Spring of this year, Levi Blackwolf won The Best Calendar of the Year Award at the North American Indigenous Image Awards in Albuquerque, NM.



Levi is an accomplished photographer and artist. While interning at The Museum, Levi learned history, several mediums of art, and cultural education.
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Responses to "Photographer Outstanding Photos Showcase the Beauty of Native American People (18 Pics)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow...beautiful photography of stunningly beautiful people!

  2. Absolutely beautiful!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Outstanding!

  4. Amazing photography! Photos are beautiful :-)

  5. Anonymous says:

    Incredible photography!! Beautiful people!! Both breathtakingly stunning!!! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Absolutely stunning. Every single photo is stunning in every way.

  7. My kinda guy. Love your work.

  8. Beautiful!!

  9. Janett says:

    Amazing work, Congratulations!

  10. Truly Stunning Photos. Just Beautiful

  11. Photography of the spirit. I would love to have a session. I am mixed: 1/2 Cherokee, 1/8 Blackfoot, 1/8 Creek, 1/16 Native American Unknown Tribe, 1/16 French, 1/16 Welch, and 1/16 German. My Great Grandfather and Grandfather from two different tribes both called me Little Rabbit.

  12. Wow, very nice pics you have taken, love tthem!!

  13. Anonymous says:

    Keep up the great work!

  14. Natives has blue black beauties too

  15. Reflections of Beauty in the Body, Soul and Spirit!

  16. stunning pictures

  17. Anonymous says:

    Extraordinarily beautiful.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Magnifique :)

  19. Anonymous says:

    zelo lepe slike!! indijanci so nasplošno najlepši ljudje :)

  20. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful photos and beautiful looking people

  21. The Native Americans have always been the most beautiful people in the world to me, from the old rugged faces to the beauty seen here, they are exceptional people!

  22. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful and Stunning !

  23. Joy says:

    Love your photography and beautiful people. www.joyphotographyanddesign.com

  24. Tammy says:

    beautiful yes I think we all agree with that. However more than that they are all moving photos something about them speaks to you on a spiritual level.

  25. Anonymous says:

    heartbreakingly beautiful !

  26. cheynne1 says:

    Very talented, beautiful pics,,,awesome artist.....

  27. We are lovely, aren't we. At least I see a "we". According to Ancestry.com I'm 40% Native American. According to the US Census I'm Anglo Mexican (non-Hispanic white and Mexican) but I have always felt an affinity to the Native Americans because I know being Mexican means you are some type of Indigenous but I think that is considered different than Native American due to our history even though it may be ethnically quite similar. I know I am not Aztec or Mayan because my grandmother looked like the women I've seen at the Apache reservation. I would love to know what tribe I come from but Northern Mexico is a large place.

  28. Sonjche says:

    Since my early childhood I loved and adored Indians (today s.c. Native Americans what they really are...), watching all the films, black-and-white then, I was longing to have at least one Indian friend who would teach me their language, life style.... When I was a child, I adored their way of life along (not against) nature, I adored their attitude to life, their family unions and keeping together as one, I adored their clothes so special and novel for me then, I adored men on horses looking as one, their elegant, calm, wise women, their children always being next to their parents, even their languages that I was trying to catch up with with my child 'ears'... and watching those b/w movies I was always having this question : why those white toothless men dressed in dirty clothes always tried to hurt, destroy them and their homes, why they hated them so much...
    What I know today is that they are still my friends. God be with you!!! :)

  29. Omg 😘😘😘

  30. Margarita says:

    These photos are so amazing! He is an awesome artist! Congratulations!

  31. GKtwo says:

    The Native Americans in these photos are so beautiful. The photographer did an awesome job in setting each photo up, you feel like you could be there. Thank you for your great work.

  32. PinkTyler says:

    Stunning photos...stunningly beautiful people!!!

  33. Anonymous says:

    THESE MAY THE BE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PICS I HAVE EVER SEEN, THAM YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING THEM, I LOVED THEM ALL.

  34. Unknown says:

    Excellent photography in natural settings. Very attractive beautiful people. Very handsome men! Very pleasant and enjoyable to the senses.

  35. Very beautiful...<3 Captivating and powerful.

  36. Absolutely stunning

  37. GW Martin says:

    A Great talent

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