Maggie Steber's resume is formidable. She has won virtually every major award available to a photographer — from being a Pulitzer Prize finalist to receiving The Lucie Award, Maggie has it covered. Why? The answer is simple: Her work is breathtaking, both in its aesthetic beauty and in the depth of the stories she tells.
But we don't love Maggie because of her accolades. We love Maggie because she possesses a quirky curiosity about life, is a uniquely gifted storyteller, and has a profound intellect. While these gifts combine to create one of the best photographers working today, they also result in one of the best people you will ever meet. She's a genuine pleasure to learn from and a hoot to be around. Maggie will not teach you how to make pictures like hers. What she will do is give you the tools to think deeply about your own work and find your unique visual voice. She infuses her workshops with humor, encouragement, and challenges.
If you are serious about wanting to become a better photographer, please join Maggie in Santa Fe for her workshop, Daring to See the World in New Ways
, March 15-20.