Last week, 10 powerful works of journalism were cited as the best of a decade. None were photojournalism. Only one was set outside the US. @NatGeo fixed that. Here's our list: 📷 Maggie Steber, @stephsinclair @berehulak @maryfcalvert
“This corona-enforced solitude and quarantine has given me the time to observe the beauty and magic that occurs on a daily basis in my imagined garden and in the real garden just outside my door,” Maggie Steber writes from Miami.
Being stuck inside hasn't stifled veteran photographer, Maggie Steber. She's drawn inspiration from kitchen tools and light flooding in through windows.
Our #WomanCrushWednesday is Andrea Dutton@DrAndreaDutton )-- a geochemist and paleoclimatologist from Wisconsin who is studying ancient coral fossils to get an idea of what happened the last time sea levels rose significantly. #WCW (pic by Maggie Steber)
Obit: Street photographer Jill Freedman, 79. Maggie Steber, who edited Freedman when she shot for the @MiamiHerald once said: “To me, Jill is one of the great American photographers. Always has been and always will be.”
7/ "His photographs educated me about issues and about the human experience," says Maggie Steber. "When school taught me I had to be objective, Robert Frank's work taught me that I should be subjective and commit to something."
Katie's New Face takes viewers inside the groundbreaking face transplant that gave a young woman a second chance at life. Join Nat Geo's finalists, Maggie Steber on Saturday at as they present #PhotovilleLA
“It’s not about how you look,” says photographer Maggie Steber. “It’s about your spirit. Your face is a map of your life.”
Maggie Steber won a Guggenheim Fellowship to create a body of work from the perspective of an imagined alter-ego. Learn more about the work here: