To join my brothers in photography and life, Brian Skerry and John Stanmeyer — here is my take on the new NG Partners. My father and I were as different politically as two people can be. We rarely saw eye to eye. But my father gave me my first camera and pushed me out into the field as I embarked on my work as a young photographer, he is the reason I am a photographer today. I bring this up because many people have reached out to me…

This winter Steve Winter will be leading two 3-day workshops out of the Fairmont Mayakoba. Each weekend workshop is limited to 10 – 12 people, so each student is guaranteed personalized instruction during the daily field excursions into Mayakoba’s pristine waterways and trails. Steve will work with each student and their existing equipment to maximize their potential. Although students will focus on Mayakoba’s lush ecosystem and wildlife, the photo lessons taught will be applicable to sorts of subject matter. Dates: October Friday 23- Monday 26 December Friday 11-Monday 14 Sample Itinerary: Friday evening: Introduction…

Steve Winter took some time off from his current National Geographic assignment during the Fall of 2014 to tour with National Geographic LIVE! on behalf of the Big Cats he’s encountered during his career as a wildlife photojournalist. Steve first took the stage to present his talk “On the Trail of Big Cats: Tigers, Cougars, and Snow Leopards” in Los Angeles, and was followed by standing ovations in Toronto and sold out shows in, Phoenix, Chicago, Tampa, Seattle and Calgary. This June he returns to California for the final…