Behind the Scenes

Reflections on Steve McCurry, by Terence White, from "Steve McCurry: A Life In Pictures"

Steve is now well-known as the photographer who made the famous portrait of the green-eyed Afghan refugee girl in the red shawl, an image any photographer would be proud to call their own, but he never rested on his laurels.



The mission of ImagineAsia, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is to work in partnership with local community leaders and regional NGO's to help provide educational resources and opportunities to children in Afghanistan.


September 11, 2001

In a situation like that, as a documentary photographer, you had to keep a cool head. Do your job. Document this tragedy in the best way you possibly can. You tell yourself to not overthink things.



Steve McCurry: Animals

December 16 - March 31, 2019

Mudec - Photo
Museo Delle Culture
Via Tortona 56
Milano, Italy

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New Blog: Silent Language of Hands

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"To recieve everything, one must open one's hands and give." 
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Steve McCurry: A Life in Pictures Review

Steve McCurry: A Life in Pictures is an homage by his sister to an extraordinary photographer who broadens our view of humanity and the world. It is a beautifully printed priceless gem of a book for those who wish to expand their view of the world via the humanistic perspective of an artist.” - Richard Rivera from New York Journal of Books

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An Interview with Bonnie McCurry

Interview with Laurence King with author of Steve McCurry: A Life in Pictures and Steve's sister, Bonnie McCurry. Read how they discuss books, strong-willed siblings, and inspiring photographs. 

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