"I am even more passionate now about
photography then I was as a 12-year-old novice photographer in my
native Montreal. I have followed my camera into privileged and
extraordinary situations and I still believe photography can make a
positive difference in our world. I want to add my voice to the many
photographers shining a spotlight on issues and events that need to be
seen in our world."
Since 2002, Steve has been documenting the AIDS crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa. His latest book Heroines & Heroes,
is a call to action, a visual milepost on the 25-year chronicle of the
HIV-AIDS pandemic, reminding us where love and determination exist,
there is hope.
His work is in the permanent collections of
numerous fine arts institutes, including the George Eastman House, and
his many international awards, such as The Global Health Council
Photography Award for his work on AIDS in Africa, speak to his passion
as an activist, and dedication to documenting the human experience.
His recent work can be found in Mother Jones, The Digital Journalist, RobGalbraith.com, The New York Times Magazine, Life, Colors, Le Monde, Walrus and Harpers.