Aaron Mayes In The News

Las Vegas Sun
Mike Smith answered his newsroom phone expecting to talk with a reader. That’s commonplace when his editorial cartoons are published in the Las Vegas Sun, as callers either reach out with a compliment or criticism.
K.S.N.V. T.V. News 3
A new chapter. A new beginning.
A Las Vegas university is making people smile after staging a photo shoot with a figure well-known to students and alumni at one of its empty libraries on campus.
Las Vegas Review Journal
While the UNLV campus is closed because of coronavirus concerns, nobody is using the Lied Library — save for one dutiful skeleton.
Poker News
On March 17, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak closed all businesses not essential to public life in Las Vegas for a minimum of one month.
Las Vegas Review Journal
Sometimes the best chroniclers of history are just regular people armed with a Brownie — or a Polaroid, an Instamatic, a 35mm point-and-shoot or, these days, a digital camera or cellphone — taking family photos.
Las Vegas Weekly
A swimming pool fenced against an expanse of empty desert; an aerial view of seemingly infinite suburbia; a flooded wash; black ribbons of highway on-ramps. This is the Las Vegas—both mundane and exquisite, yet always monumental in its mastery of hostile land—local photographer Aaron Mayes is recording for posterity.