Posts Tagged ‘Santa Fe’

Dave Hickey for the Chronicle of Higher Education

 (Steven St. John)

 (Steven St. John)

I know, I know, it has been a long time since I posted on this blog. I’ll try to post more often in 2013 – not a resolution, just something I need to do.

Here is a portrait shoot I had recently for The Chronicle of Higher Education, one of my favorite clients. You can read the entire article by clicking here. Big thanks to Rose and Erica for being wonderful editors. Also, thanks to the James Kelly Contemporary Art Gallery for letting us shoot in their space. There are some outtakes available for licensing on my archive.

 

Portrait of James A. Brown for The WSJ

I had a chance last week to make a few photographs of former Merrill Lynch executive James A. Brown, who was a key individual in the Enron financial scandal and now lives in Santa Fe with his wife Nancy. He has always maintained his innocence, and the Justice Department recently dropped fraud and conspiracy charges against him just days before the scheduled retrial. Still fighting perjury and obstruction convictions, Mr. Brown gave The Wall Street Journal his first interview.

You can read the article by clicking here, but you need to have a subscription to gain access.

Susana Martinez for The Washington Post


Susana Martinez NM Governor’s race – Images by Steven St. John

I spent a few minutes with the leading candidate for Governor of New Mexico last week for The Washington Post. You can also read the article here.

Bill + Emily


Bill + Emily’s Santa Fe wedding – Images by Steven St. John

I had a opportunity to work as second photographer with my new friend Eric Cousineau at Bill and Emily’s wedding at La Posada de Santa Fe. It’s only the second time I’ve worked as the second shooter at a wedding, and it’s  a little strange for me because I don’t know the couple heading into the day, but it’s also fun because it’s my job to try to see things the primary photographer can’t, which is how I try to approach most things I photograph. Seeing the beauty that most people take for granted, or don’t see because they are too busy.

As always, I urge you to click on the full screen button at the bottom right corner of the gallery.

Congratulations to the bride and groom!