Photographer, soldier, husband, parent and dachshund lover. For more than 30 years, my camera has accompanied me on my journey throughout life, from flowers to mountains, soap bubbles to the war in Iraq or Afghanistan. The diary of my life is written in the photography I have taken across it all.
Life, one frame at a time. I’m Steve Green, and I make photographs. A lot of photographs. I would probably be best described as a shiny object kind of photographer, because I am fascinated by the world around me; the people, the places, the activity; everything is interesting. My photography has been featured in international publications, as well as venues across the globe, including places like the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
When not bouncing around all over the place, I can be usually be found in El Paso, Texas capturing the excitement and action of live entertainment venues and sporting events. I also shoot portraits and headshots (corporate, comps, etc.) in my studio or on location.
Perched on a shelter in the late 80’s preparing to photograph a large explosion of old ammunition as a young Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist in the United States Army.