Steve Horn Photography
PO Box 460
182 Lopez Road - Suite D
Lopez Island, WA 98261
Phone: (360) 468-2100
Hours of OperationHours - by appointment, please call 360-468-2100 or cell 360-298-6147.
About UsPhotographer Steve Horn covers San Juan Island, Orcas Island, and Lopez Island. He specializes in natural portraits, family gatherings, and intimate weddings. 30 years of full-time photography in the San Juan Islands.
Steve has been a professional photographer since the mid-1980s specializing in documentary, portrait, wedding, and architectural work, including many years as visual arts photographer at Bumbershoot, the Seattle International Festival of the Arts. His photography has been displayed in exhibits in the U.S. and Japan and is in the collections of Amherst College, Yale University and the Seattle Arts Commission among others.
Pictures Without Borders: Bosnia Revisited, Steve's first photography book, was called “a remarkable testament to the power of photography to reach across borders and across national boundaries” by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Emory University created and hosted an exhibition of this work, which then traveled nationally. A grant from CEC ArtsLink took the show to four cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina during 2010.
Steve has shared his love of photography as a guest lecturer at Emory University's Religion and the Human Spirit Initiative, Tufts University's documentary photography program, and at the annual Visual Journalism Conference at Western Washington University.
The American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) honored Steve in 2009 by selecting his work as one of their “Best of 2009”. The ASMP is the world's largest society of professional photographers.
Steve photographs primarily on Lopez Island, Orcas Island, and San Juan Island in Northwest Washington State. He also travels nationally for clients who seek his sensitive and evocative style.
“I love the ways that photographs can convey a sense of place, and a time in someone's life. I feel that it's my calling as a photographer to share and preserve our individual and collective stories.”