Justin McAffee is producer and directer of a film series, Desert Apocalypse which has won Best Documentary at the Yucca Valley Film Festival and the Silver State Film Festival.
Justin is currently working on a narrative short film project slated for completion in late Spring of 2022.
His first film, Great Basin Water Protecters (2018) follows the story of Native people on a prayer run to protect water and land in the Great Basin from a 300 mile water pipeline.
Celluloid and the desert are two of my passions, but you’ll also find digital including iPhone photography here. My work has been displayed in gallery spaces in the Las Vegas area, including the Clark County Wetlands Park and an award-winning photo at the Sahara West Library. My photographs have adorned the halls of government buildings and billboards and have been published in national outlets such as the LA Times and Forbes.
I also run a small creative agency called Most Media based in Henderson/Las Vegas, Nevada, that specializes in website design, photography, video production and graphic design. Hit me up if you need my services.
I contribute to my community by speaking up for the natural world online, including at Sierra Nevada Ally, The Desert Guardian; and working alongside organizations that work to protect land, water, indigenous people, and our plant and animal communities.
Contact me if you are interested in obtaining either digital or analogue prints of any of my work.