Andrew Stern is a photographer whose work and wanderlust have taken him to the planet's farthest reaches on countless projects, often traveling via bicycle, tuk-tuk or freight train. His primary areas of concentration are on the social and political issues of our times, but he has also photographed campaigns for many brobdingnagian forces of industry and technology. When he was studying photography and heard the saying “shoot a riot like a wedding, and a wedding like a riot,” he took it quite literally and went on to shoot both riots and weddings. His work has won numerous awards and has appeared in Harpers, The New York Times, Readers Digest, The Guardian and many other publications both domestically and internationally. He is also the founder of photography and videography studios Starr Street Studios and Be Electric Studios in Brooklyn, New York where he has been based for close to 20 years.
Clients: Newsweek (US)-Reader’s Digest (US)-The New York Times (US)- The Guardian Weekend Magazine (UK)-MSNBC (US)-The Magazine Group (US)-Harper’s (US)-The Sundance Channel (US)-Skullcandy (US)- Dazed and Confused (UK)-Vespa/Piaggio (Italy)-Adbusters (Canada)- Woo Art International (US)- Hasbro (US)-The Open Society Institute (US)-Annin Flagmakers (US)-Die Welt (Germany)-Newsday (US)-Doctors without Borders (Belgium)-La Jornada (Mexico)- Wolverine International (US)-Aftonbladet (Sweden)- Office Max (US)-Internazionale (Italy)-The Walrus (Canada)-Outlook (India)-Medieoperatorene (Norway)-Io Donna (Italy)-SAP (US/Germany)-Concept Farm (US)-Red Hat Linux (US)-Sage (US)-Under Armour (US)-Yes! Magazine (US)-Democracy Now! (US)-The Indypendent (US)-Lionsgate (US)-Keen Footwear (US)-Wellborn Cabinet (US)- Tastycake (US)