George Fery is a freelance writer-photographer of pre-Columbian archaeological sites in Mexico and the Americas. His site georgefery.com features his photos and stories that address a number of topics, from history to architecture, to daily living in various countries and cultures.
Long-form articles in (georgefery.com) are dedicated to ongoing research papers on the Maya and other cultures of the Americas. Fery is a fellow member of the Institute of Maya Studies, Miami, FL (instituteofmayastudies.org) and of the The Royal Geographical Society, London, U.K. (rgs.org). He is also a member in good standing of the Maya Exploration Center, Austin, TX (mayaexploration.org), the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX (dma.org), and the Archaeological Institute of America, Boston, MA (archaeological.org).
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