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Mickey Cox Pow Wow Photography

Mickey Cox Pow Wow Photography

Pictures courtesy of Mickey Cox


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These photographs should not be used for any monetary gain, but since they were taken in a public venue, may be reprinted.

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Mickey Cox is a resident of Las Vegas, Nevada and except for a few short excursions to other areas have resided in Las Vegas since March 9, 1959. As a young boy, he got to watch the original El Rancho Vegas burn to the ground. Unfortunately, he did not get the pictures. He liked Las Vegas better when it was smaller, (and he believes most long time residents still prefer it that way) and casinos were personally owned by individuals, instead of corporations. Corporate Las Vegas started with Howard Hughes, and that was the end of an era of individually owned major properties.

He specializes in landscape and scenic photography, mostly in the areas of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Nevada. He offers custom printing of all his work, with specialized mounting and framing if requested. Approximately once a year, when able, he offers limited editions of what he considers some of that years best efforts. His last limited printings were in 2001.

He prints limited editions, in sizes ranging from 24x36 to 30x40. All photographs on his site are available for purchase. Prices for these prints are quoted on request. All special edition prints are archivally mounted and matted suitably for the subject matter.

He has a portfolio of stock photography featuring the Southwest. Areas around the immediate Las Vegas vicinity, including the international climbing destination of Red Rock Canyon. He offers many shots of Las Vegas "scenes", and is available with advance reservations for your particular photographic needs while visiting Las Vegas, or the Lake Mead National Recreation area. His services include photojournalism, an occasional wedding, and custom classic, black and white portraiture.