For over 30 years internationally renowned photographer Steve McCurry has been one of the world’s most influential image-makers. From his work for National Geographic and Time to his personal projects he strives to reveal the soul of a subject through visual storytelling.
From his career defining images of war-torn Afghanistan, which includes the iconic refugee portrait ‘Afghan Girl’, to his subsequent war photography and documenting of the Indian subcontinent, Steve has always focused on the human consequence of conflict and the irrepressible human spirit.
An Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society and Leica Hall of Fame inductee, Steve has published 17 books and won innumerable accolades, including an unprecedented 4 first prizes in the World Press Awards and the prestigious Robert Capa Gold Medal.
In over 4 hours of video and study material, Steve takes you on a journey, guiding you through how he approaches a subject and what he looks for, as you walk with him and explore viewpoint, light and composition together.