I am Maggie Steber...
I have worked as a documentary photographer in over 62 countries. I have exhibited internationally and have worked as a Newsweek photographer, director of photography for the Miami Herald, and a regular contributor to National Geographic, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, The London Sunday Times and many other publications. My longtime work in Haiti received the prestigious Alicia Patterson Foundation and Ernst Haas grants, along with numerous honors and awards.

My honors include:
The Leica Medal of Excellence
First Prize Spot News World Press Photo Foundation News
First Prize Magazine Documentary in Pictures of the Year (iPOY)
Overseas Press Club Oliver Rebbot Award for Best Photographic Coverage from Abroad
The Medal of Honor for Distinguished Service to Journalism from University of Missouri

Other Work:
Rite of Passage by Mediastorm
No End to Trouble, New York Times "Lens"
A Culture in Jeopardy, Too, New York Times "Lens"
Scenes From a Ruined Blvd, New York Times
Madje Has Dementia, AARP Bulletin
Fotokonbit


I am Maggie Steber...
I have worked as a documentary photographer in over 62 countries. I have exhibited internationally and have worked as a Newsweek photographer, director of photography for the Miami Herald, and a regular contributor to National Geographic, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, The London Sunday Times and many other publications. My longtime work in Haiti received the prestigious Alicia Patterson Foundation and Ernst Haas grants, along with numerous honors and awards.

My honors include:
The Leica Medal of Excellence
First Prize Spot News World Press Photo Foundation News
First Prize Magazine Documentary in Pictures of the Year (iPOY)
Overseas Press Club Oliver Rebbot Award for Best Photographic Coverage from Abroad
The Medal of Honor for Distinguished Service to Journalism from University of Missouri

Other Work:
Rite of Passage by Mediastorm
No End to Trouble, New York Times "Lens"
A Culture in Jeopardy, Too, New York Times "Lens"
Scenes From a Ruined Blvd, New York Times
Madje Has Dementia, AARP Bulletin
Fotokonbit


I am Maggie Steber...
I have worked as a documentary photographer in over 62 countries. I have exhibited internationally and have worked as a Newsweek photographer, director of photography for the Miami Herald, and a regular contributor to National Geographic, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, The London Sunday Times and many other publications. My longtime work in Haiti received the prestigious Alicia Patterson Foundation and Ernst Haas grants, along with numerous honors and awards.

My honors include:
The Leica Medal of Excellence
First Prize Spot News World Press Photo Foundation News
First Prize Magazine Documentary in Pictures of the Year (iPOY)
Overseas Press Club Oliver Rebbot Award for Best Photographic Coverage from Abroad
The Medal of Honor for Distinguished Service to Journalism from University of Missouri

Other Work:
Rite of Passage by Mediastorm
No End to Trouble, New York Times "Lens"
A Culture in Jeopardy, Too, New York Times "Lens"
Scenes From a Ruined Blvd, New York Times
Madje Has Dementia, AARP Bulletin
Fotokonbit

Contact:
MaggieSteber@earthlink.net