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Art & Life with Steven Green

Today we’d like to introduce you to Steven Green.

Steven, please kick things off for us by telling us about yourself and your journey so far.
My name is Steven G. I am a fashion and commercial photographer. I have been shooting for about 7+ years now. Although photography has my heart, I am a well-rounded creative experienced in singing/songwriting, creating and directing sets, as well as personal styling. Now, I wouldn’t be as bold as to say book me for all of these things but they fortunately can work hand in hand in providing a greater creative experience. I was first introduced to photography as a high school student. I was the main photographer on my yearbook staff. There is where I learned a lot about camera usage as well as developed my editorial photography style. Since then, I had started working with a local fashion magazine where I shot the covers and spreads as well as hosting model development workshops. I have recently been featured with local newspaper, Elegant Magazine, Vigore Paris, and many others. While traveling from Kansas City, to LA, Manila Philippines, New York, Vegas, Atlanta, Chicago and a few others, I’ve had the pleasure to work with some amazing artist and brands. My fashion editorial shooting style with a commercial touch has been able to transform visuals around the world. I’m looking forward to what the future hold.

Can you give our readers some background on your art?
I make fashionable art with a fresh vision and modern take. I draw inspiration from vintage publications, Vogue Italia, contemporary designers, and the latest trends. I hope that people draw inspiration from my photographs, to challenge their creativity, and make the vision work! My art comes from the soul and is enriched with fluidity.

Do you think conditions are generally improving for artists? What more can cities and communities do to improve conditions for artists?
I think conditions for artists can be a lot better. However, I feel life has become slightly better for artist in recent years. Social media has provided a huge platform for artist to be seen and supported. Cities like ours can provide more resources for funding and commercial spaces that provide an outlet for artist of any sort to increase their revenue and overall brand exposure beyond the internet.

What’s the best way for someone to check out your work and provide support?
The best way for someone to check out my work would be to visit my website at They can also follow me on Instagram @stevengphotography_. I can also be found on Facebook under StevenG Photography. The best way to provide support would be to share my work with your friends, family, colleagues, and brand owners. Feel free to share your favorite post or photo on your timeline. I love to interact with my social media family so don’t hesitate to comment and engage with new and existing content. I would love to know what you think! Financial support also goes a really long way and helps expand the creative vision. Sponsorship is always welcomed and appreciated!

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Image Credit:
Models: Chaun Williams, Ajali, Jamison & Jonta Harris, Kahara Hodges, Jason Cates,
Hair & MUA: Crystal Watana
Stylists: Tim Harrington, Colin Jones, Tyler Ware
Designers: Coco and Ilia, Tyler Ware

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