FRAMES Photography Podcast with Stephen Guenther

In today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Stephen Guenther, a fine art photographer who considers himself a “creative investigator.”

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Stephen Guenther started in photography before there was a fine art side; the 70s were full of new exploration as photography came into vogue and began to take hold in the consciousness of the art world.

His early training had a “zen approach”, his first teacher/mentor was C J Pressma of the Center for Photography Studies in Louisville, KY. C J was a disciple of both Henry Holmes Smith and later Minor White. Stephen feels the influence of all three when he works.

He also has more than twenty years of creative direction experience in film, video, interactive, and print, having served as Design Director, Film Director, Executive Producer, and Creative Lead. He tries to inspire creativity in both his crew and his clients, to function as a creative instigator.

Stephen’s clients have run the gamut from S.C. Johnson on the corporate side to Lions Clubs International on the nonprofit side.

Stephen Guenther – Taos
Stephen Guenther – Two Flags
Stephen Guenther – NASA
Stephen Guenther – Flame
Stephen Guenther – Beachball
Stephen Guenther – Sunset



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