Steve currently resides in PhiladelphiaPennsylvania, where he currently lives and breaths a rock and roll iconic lifestyle as a veteran Rock Photographer. Steve’s work has been published both locally and nationally, and has earned himself momentous credentials with continuous hard work and driving dedication which keeps Steve on top of his game year after year in the field. Steve says it’s not always how many times you click the shutter to obtain that right photo, it’s the right moment in capturing the artist in a live mood setting which often makes for a stellar rich iconic type of photograph separating one from another.
Steve grew up listening to a core of rock artists which he often considers his rock and roll roots he explains, you never forget those early days which put you into over drive mentally and over the top with great stellar artists, and many of those artists are still around today, he calls them “Classic Rock Icons”. As a Photographer, Steve has often thought outside the box especially with not just photographing Rock genres, he’s had rare opportunities to photographed Country Icons Reba McIntire, Tim McGraw, and Alabama amongst his ever growing archives on a yearly basis through Philadelphia’s Country Music Station 92.5 WXTU.
Throughout Steve’s history as a music photographer, he has also enjoyed the richness of published works in magazines that circulated throughout the world, and those magazines still have a fresh momentum of full page photographs of Rock Icons Korn, and Pop sensations of the Nineties’ ‘NSYNC, who made me famous throughout countless pages of teen magazines thanks to a long time fellow friendship of Frank White Photo Agency of New Jersey.