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Mylo is a husband, father & loves to share stories that are rich and deeply rooted in his Navajo culture. He was born at the Navajo Nation capital and raised in Northern Arizona as an 80's kid. 

Growing up and living off the land on 12 acres with his grandparents, Mylo learned his Navajo language and his love for nature began before he was in school. To help retain his language, he auditioned and landed the role of "Crush" in the Navajo version of "Finding Nemo". He also recently voiced a joint project with National Geographic and Tonies on a children's book about horses.

Mylo's images have been featured by clients like Adobe Lightroom, National Geographic, Nissan USA, Adidas Terrex, Native Peoples Magazine, Arizona Highways, Goal Zero, Thule, Hoka, Dometic, General Tire, Fezzari Bicycles, Heart of America, Teva, Real Salt Lake, Taxa Outdoors, Major League Soccer, Proof Eyewear, Overland Expo, Pro Eagle, Peak Refuel, Smugmug, Sony Alpha, Gitzo and many other outlets.

Mylo has used proceeds from his photography work to install solar kits on homes across Indigenous communities. In partnership with his 501c3 non-profit partner, Heart of America, they've powered over 250 homes. Roughly 15,000 homes don't have access to electricity or running water and they are working to bring power to every single home!

For his 40th birthday, Mylo bike packed 400 miles over five days from Utah to his homestead in Arizona to raise $50k to power more homes. Mylo and his friend Josh successfully raised $42k!

Mylo is happiest with his wife Lauren and their children Denali and Aurora Winter. They live in Highland, UT and are currently building their cabins on Navajoland. Mylo really, really loves adventuring in his 100% electric Rivian R1T!

Thank you for following along - may you Walk In Beauty.

Mylo Fowler

Instagram: @NavajoMylo

501c3 Non Profit Partner: Heart of America

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