Maggie is a documentary photographer known for her humanistic stories of people and cultures in crisis, including significant work on Haiti, Native Americans, and memory loss. In 2014, she was named a Women of Vision by National Geographic Magazine and was part of a traveling exhibition and book project. Clients include National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times, Smithsonian, and The New Yorker.
with Maggie Steber
Our Trailblazers series is designed to give you insight into the minds and journeys of women who have shown incredible dedication to their craft, and the courage to follow their hearts in the pursuit of fulfilling their aspirations as photographers. In this installment we welcome Maggie Steber, an award winning documentary photographer who has covered stories in over 60 countries, from areas of intense conflict to deeply personal projects involving her family. Over the course of the interview Maggie shares her stories and wisdom on topics that range from how she got started to how she stayed true to herself over her career, how falling in love with a place and its people can help you tell their stories, why personal projects are so important, and so much more!