About the photographer
Stephen Krupnick, who splits his time between Marfa, Texas and Laguna Beach, California, has had a passion for the visual arts ever since he started photographing musicians at Washington Square in Greenwich Village. Stephen was born and raised on the east coast and graduated from New York University, moving to California after completing his studies at NYU. He is an instrument rated pilot and also flies sailplanes.
His travels and photography have taken him to the four corners of the earth. He has been to all 50 states and all seven continents. He has traveled 10,000 km across Russia, from Vladivostok on Russia’s east coast to Moscow via the Trans-Siberian Railroad. Other recent trips have included Tibet, Alaska (Barrow and Fairbanks), the Northern Lights, Nepal, Bhutan, Cuba, India, Mongolia, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Rwanda, Tanzania, Morocco, Antarctica, and China. He recently completed a 4,500 mile road trip through six states, photographing towns and vistas off the Interstate Highway system. He has been both north of the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle. He travels with three Nikon cameras (a D850, a D810, and a D500), an array of Nikon lenses, and an Olympus OMD-EM1. He is currently working on a book of his black and white images that were taken throughout Greenwich Village and other parts of Manhattan, and will be publishing the first volume of a photographic magazine of his images in 2020.
Cliick here for a listing of Stephen’s Equipment. (He’s a Nikon shooter.)