Scott Streble is a Minneapolis-based location photographer. He is best known for his documentary photographs of people, using an approach through which he is able to portray his subjects with beautiful realism, honesty and utmost dignity.
Streble has spent the past two decades building a successful career as a freelance photographer, working with large corporations, leading domestic and international nonprofit organizations, individuals and magazines. His assignments have taken him to all corners of the United States as well as Latin America, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States and repeatedly praised in prestigious publications, such as Leica Fotografie International. He has given lectures about his photography for Calumet and Fuji and has received a Kodak Purchase award for his work with Doctors Without Borders. He has also received grants from the Family Housing Fund for his photographic work with the homeless and from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council for his work with seniors.
Regardless of budget, Scott believes that all nonprofit groups deserve good photography that accurately portrays their mission. If you represent a nonprofit group with little, or no, budget for photography, please contact Scott and he will help you.