Stephen Voss takes photographs for magazines, newspapers and organizations around the world. His work is a mix of lit portraiture and reportage. He counts the following among his accomplishments:
1. Making Mikhail Gorbachev laugh during a portrait session by asking him to look "very strong."
2. Working around the world for clients like Wired, The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic Monthly, Time, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio, Stern, Washington Post Magazine, The Guardian, and Smithsonian Magazine, and having his work recognized by Communications Arts and American Photography. Some recent tearsheets can be seen here.
3. Regularly being asked to shoot politicians and other very busy people with multiple setups in thirty minutes, which usually turns into five minutes.
Stephen makes it his job to take remarkable, memorable photographs. He lives with his wife and their two beautiful children in Washington, DC and is available for assignments on location in Washington, DC and everywhere else, too.