Walter Workman is an American photographer and photojournalist, based out of Texas. Known for his location photography, he has photographed everything from fashion in Coco Chanel’s apartment in Paris, to wildfires in the Idaho wilderness, extreme sports for SI, and cattle drives in Arizona.
After attending the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, Walter lived and worked in New York, Paris, Athens, Aspen, Sun Valley, and Jackson, Wyoming, before returning to his home state of Texas.
Since returning to Texas, he has been documenting cowboys throughout the west, from Mexico to Canada. His work has appeared in magazines and advertising around the world. Currently, he is producing a photo book of his cowboy images and producing a documentary, interviewing many of the old-time cowboys he has met on his travels these past few years. You can find his photo essays on cowboys and feature stories in Western Horseman, America’s Horse and American Cowboy.