Steele Burrow graduated from Washington and Lee University with a degree in global politics. His photography includes a mix of genres, from travel to portraiture, but his main passion is photographing the outdoors and landscapes across the U.S. and overseas.
He has extensive experience in international development and public health including field communications work in West Africa, Madagascar and South Asia. His work has been published by TIME, The New York Times, The Guardian, The Dallas Morning News, Yahoo, The Sunday Times of London, Marmot, The Nature Conservancy and Outside Magazine.
Photography and studies took him to Asia, Africa and Europe, but his favorite places to photograph remain the San Juan Mountains of Colorado and the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.
Based in Washington, DC