News and editorial photographer working primarily for Getty Images, Reuters and The New York Times
In 2018, Reuters assigned her to cover her self-pitched story about a
Sacred horse ride of the Lakota people
following the ride for 400 miles from Green Grass, South Dakota to Fort Laramie, Wyoming.
Reuters Best Photos of the Year 2018
The Guardian Best Pictures of 2018
Pictures of the Year International, Award of Excellence, Daily Life, singles
The Guardian shortlisted Stephanie Keith as one of ten best Agency Photographers of the Year 2017
A Reuters photo from a Black Lives Matter protest was chosen for:
Reuters Best Photos of the Year 2017
The Guardian Best Pictures of 2017
Atlantic Magazine's 25 Best Photos of the Year 2017
Wall Street Journal's Best 100 Photos of the Year 2017
NBC Best Photos of the Year 2017
BBC Best Photos of the Year 2017
Another photo from a Yemeni Bodega Protest was chosen:
Buzzfeed Best 40 Photos of the Year 2017
In 2016, photos from a Reuters assignment to cover the Dakota Access Pipeline protest at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation were chosen for:
Reuters Best Photos of the Year 2016
New York Times Pictures of the Year 2016
NBC Best News Photos of 2016
The Washington Post Best Photos of 2016
The Atlantic Best News Photos of September to December 2016
Working for Reuters and Getty, her work has been featured in many international publications and media outlets. The New York Times has published her photos on the cover of the newspaper five times from January 2015 to September 2017.
In 2018, She did three international assignments in: Tokyo, Singapore and Tunisia.
In 2017, she actively covered the rise of white nationalism in America.
In 2016, Reuters assigned her to cover the Dakota Access Pipeline protest at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation for six weeks.
In 2012, Stephanie was named Reporter of the Year by the Newswomen's Club of New York for her independently produced photos of the Occupy Wall Street Protest.
Prior to moving to the New York City area, she lived in California, Germany and Egypt. She has been documenting the Brooklyn scene most of her photo career, doing stories about Coney Island, Drag Queen competitions, Muslim holidays, Caribbean street celebrations and the Haitian American practice of Vodou.
Stephanie attended Stanford University, and received a Bachelor's degree in Cultural Anthropology. Later she graduated from both the photojournalism program at International Center of Photography and the Master's program in Photography at New York University.
For more information on Stephanie's work, to get in touch regarding employment opportunities, or to just say hello, feel free to get in touch.