Arizona Business Profile :: Team Stevenson
Don Stevenson is managing director & founder of Stevenson Photography On Location in 1985. He was raised on an Iowa farm and later received degrees in Mass Communications, Photojournalism and Sociology at Arizona State University. He was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 1982 and has worked in 12 countries on assignments. He is extremely proud of his wife's distinguished nursing career. Don loves kayaking with his family in the Sea of Cortez, hiking the forest around Flagstaff with his daughter, and visiting brothers who farm near Goldfield, Iowa where he was born and raised.
Ryan B. Stevenson is a partner and lead photographer for Team Stevenson. He was on his way to becoming a climatologist - chasing and studying tornados. But tagging along on photo assignments across America rubbed off with his father Don while growing up, so Ryan switched majors. He's got a great eye (actually two). And he's analytical and a problem solver. He operates a hot web site, eatmorechiles.com. And without bias, he makes incredible salsa. Also, check out Ryan's other business photoweb site, business-portraits.com
Cameron Stevenson also is a partner and the behind-the-scenes mastermind here at Team Stevenson. He's a graduate of Northern Arizona University, a man of many talents and wears several different hats here. He's the Director of Stock Photography working closely with our six international picture agencies. He is the resident Photoshop guru, graphic designer and is production coordinator of all our stock photography photo shoots. In addition, he's our videographer and creates short videos for our various web sites. If he isn't on a location shoot or in the office, you can find him scouting wildlife across Arizona and the great Southwest or writing great country music with his guitar.
Together, this unique father-and-sons team collaborate, create and in the end put a smile on their clients' faces. When they can help make their clients look good, well then, they look good. (It beats looking in a mirror). They are a unique bunch. They have the same blood running through their veins, they share common interests and each of them brings his own distinct strengths and skills to the table.
What They're Saying
“There are few photographers who pour themselves into a photo project and come back with something great each time than Don and Ryan Stevenson,”
Peter Ensenberger, director of photography, Arizona Highways travel magazine.