Photojournalist Steve Winter’s Walk on the Wild Side

Photojournalist and Indiana native Steven Winter’s assignments can pack as much adventure as the stories they illustrate. Winter talked with WFIU’s Adam Schwartz about getting rare photos and the words he always learns when he arrives in a foreign country.

You can keep up with Steven Winter and his assignments by reading his blog by visiting here and clicking on “Blogs” then “On Assignment.”

Adam Schwartz

WFIU Arts and Culture Producer, Editor "Directions in Sound"

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