Stephen Mallon is an award winning industrial photographer and President of ASMPNY, the largest chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers, a not-for-profit that supports commercial and fine art photography from around the world. Stephen is based in New York, and has photographed from Africa to New Jersey, searching out artificial landscapes and industrial foot prints for assignment and exhibitions. His work has been published and commissioned by Forbes, Microsoft, AECOM, Unisys, Qatar Airlines, Canon Beijing, Simon and Schuster, Vogue, Flashes of Hope, Citigroup, and many others. Recent awards have included honorable mention at the New York Photo Festival, ASMP national leadership award, best of ASMP, Communication Arts Photo Annual, and recently a Lucie award for his acclaimed body of work, The Salvage of Flight 1549.
Stephen took his first photograph with his father's camera, and has embraced a wide range of equipment ever since. Starting with the Kodak instant to a Kodak disc camera, then a Canon ae-1, Canon t-90, Rolleiflex, Bronica, Sinar, Hasselblad, Toyo and now back to Canon. In 1996 he earned his BFA from RIT, and spent four years assisting photographers Timothy Greenfield Sanders, Mark Seliger, Hashi, as well as others. Stephen works out of Manhattan and lives in Brooklyn with his wife Sascha and his 2 yr old daughter Joesephine, who is the star of his life.
Photo courtesy of David Arkin
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