Fort Worth-based Jeremy Enlow was given exclusive access to the cowboys behind the prestigious reversed triple D brand of the Waggoner Ranch, the largest ranch in the United States under one fence.
Enlow is an advertising, media and fine arts photographer based in Fort Worth. More than 36,000 of his images have been published worldwide. Enlow grew up in Granbury, Texas, where his first published photo appeared in the Hood County News when he was 10 years old.
Enlow partnered with writer Jan Nichols Batts, a native Texan who started her professional career when she was 14 years old as a reporter for The Abilene Reporter-News.
Committed to supporting local business with maximum production quality, Enlow self-published the hardcover Cowboys of the Waggoner Ranch (140 pages – 12 inches tall x 10.5 inches wide), which was printed in Fort Worth by Four Color Press on 100# glossy stock. The book design was handled by Paradigm Creative also from Fort Worth.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the book will be donated to The Waggoner Ranch Cowboys Fund.