About Me

Iconic Landscape & Fine Art Photography for Distinctive Interiors

Whether you’re designing a co-working space, a dentist’s office, a green energy company, or a tech startup, you want to create the ideal environment for your clients, one that serves as an inspiring backdrop for the important work they do every day.

Your design clients are drawn to the iconic motifs of the American West – dramatic landscapes, cowboys and the rodeo, endless opportunity – and all they represent.

And it’s important that the interior spaces you design for them reflect those ideas, and the breathtaking beauty of Colorado, in all its splendor.

Hi, I’m Joshua Sharf. I create realistic landscape and urban fine art photography of Denver, the American West, and other iconic locales.

I work with commercial interior designers & decorators who specialize in business or office space.

As a designer, I know you’re looking for an artist to partner with who is professional, flexible, and easy to work with. And you’d also love to find someone willing to create artworks that can accommodate a variety of spaces and budgets, in different sizes and price points.

That’s what I do. I pride myself on working with each client individually to come up with ideas that perfectly suit the design space in color, content, tone, feel. I know Colorado and Denver well, so I can also go out and shoot what you need, quickly.

Or if you prefer, you can simply choose artwork from my catalog or online portfolio, and I’ll work with you to customize the artworks you choose to meet the specifications you need.

I invite you to take a look around at my galleries, for sale and for show. I may have something ideal already waiting for your next project.

If you like what you see, but have a particular theme or subject in mind, drop me a line.  I’d be delighted to work with you to capture just the images you want.


A Little More About Me

I’ve loved the West ever since our family vacations took me there as a kid.  That’s why I moved here from Virginia twenty years ago.

I’ve driven all over Colorado and the west. I’m allergic to Interstates, taking the scenic routes and the long way, always with an eye to the things that make the west unique and beautiful. The majestic landscapes, and the working ranches and towns. The relics of our past, and our magnetic new cities.

Of course, when I travel back east, I take my camera with me also, to New York City, the Great Smoky Mountains, or wherever else I happen to go.