Scott Stulberg is a travel and stock photographer who often journeys to distant lands to capture unique images. He is represented by many stock agencies, including Corbis and Getty Images. Scott is a contributing writer for Shutterbug magazine and EOS Magazine and also leads photo workshops in different locations in the US and around the world. He is also the author of Passage to Burma, a coffee table book spanning a dozen years of photographing his favorite country, Burma.
Scott lives in Sedona, Arizona but teaches digital photography and Photoshop at UCLA Extension, the Julia Dean Photo Workshops and in various camera stores when he is in Los Angeles. He also teaches an online portrait photography course called Eye to Eye: Capturing the Face at PPSOP.com, the Perfect Picture School of Photography.
Scott’s photos have been used by Microsoft, Fuji, Newsweek, New York Times, National Geographic, greeting cards, calendars, book covers and are in private collections around the world. His work is on permanent display in the United Nations and many hospitals including the UCLA Medical Center which recently decorated 60 patient rooms with his work.
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