Stephen Krupnick is a vagabond at heart, always with a camera in his hand. His favorite sites on the internet are Google Maps and the American Airlines route map. His goal in all his travels is to record the people, the places, and the environments that most of us will not get the opportunity to visit and see.
His travels, and photography, have taken him around the world. He has been to all 50 states and all seven continents. He has traveled 10,000 km across Russia, from Vladivostok on Russia’s east coast to Moscow via the Trans-Siberian Railroad. He has traveled by train in India, and took the train from Lhasa, Tibet to Beijing, China. Other recent trips have included Scotland, Tibet, Alaska (Barrow and Fairbanks), the Northern Lights, Nepal, Bhutan, Cuba, India, Iceland, Antarctica, Argentina, Chile, Japan, China, and Vietnam. He recently completed a 7,500 mile road trip through nine states, photographing towns and vistas off the Interstate Highway system. He has been north of the Arctic Circle, south of the Antarctic Circle, and has crossed and stood on the equator numerous times.
He travels with two Nikon cameras (a D800 and a D810), an array of lenses, and is always looking for that next great image. He is currently working on a book of his travels on the back roads of America, and will be publishing the first volume of a photographic magazine of his images in 2017.
Stephen is a graduate of New York University, and currently resides in Laguna Beach, California. Should you wish to contact Stephen, his email is firstname.lastname@example.org.