'Steve is a master of light and composition one of Australia's foremost photographers’.
Hailing from Australia, photographer Steve Fraser’s résumé reads like an adventure novel. Steve has photographed in over a hundred and thirty countries; cave dived in Tonga, hung out of helicopters in the New Zealand Alps, ridden around the world on a motorbike, blasted at three hundred kilometres an hour down the main straight at Phillip Island, raced mountain bikes in the Canadian Rockies, spoken at TEDx, and helped provide clean fresh drinking water to people in remote Africa.
WORKSHOPS AND EXHIBITIONS
“A master of light and composition Steve is one of Australia’s foremost landscape photographers. He has a spirit of adventure and the desire to share some of the world’s most incredible locations with others”
Along with the books below, Steve’s limited edition, fine art images are available for purchase. We’d love to help you find the right gift or a print for your home or business. While our website has a very small sample of available images, Steve has a catalogue of over a million images from all seven continents so we are sure we can find what you are looking for.
Image pricing can vary greatly based on the size of the print, print material, framing options and edition size and exclusivity. If you are interested in purchasing a print, please contact us for more information.
Steve is passionate about giving back and social justice and has served on several boards, as well as operating his own private charitable foundation.
Steve offers his time, talents and money each year to a specific not for profit organization. He serves by photographing the work they are doing and helping to highlight the plight in the developing world.
He has previously worked with Transform Cambodia, World Vision, International Justice Ministries and Water for Africa.
Water for Africa
After spending time with the founders of Water for Africa in Tanzania Steve was so touched by the amazing work that they are doing that he agreed to be an Ambassador for Water for Africa, a position he has held since 2014.
“Steve has captured breathtaking views of some of the most exclusive parts of Western Australia, they are incredible and spectacular”
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD