Stew Milne is a professional freelance photographer based in Providence, RI. His client list includes the Associated Press, Reuters, The New York Times, USA Today, MTV, The Boston Globe and AP Images. His photos have appeared in publications around the world from Newsweek to Sports Illustrated. With over 18 years experience, Stew is available to shoot on tight deadlines and from remote locations.

Besides editorial clients Stew Milne shoots for commercial and educational clients, such as Bryant and Brown Universities.

Stew Milne specializes in getting businesses’ messages across to their customers. First impressions are important.

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  1. Hello. First I like to say thank you for your amazing photos of sgt weichel. I served with Dennis in 2005 in Iraq we were in the same squad and fought the insurgency together. You captured every moment beautifully. I really enjoy viewing your other work great shots. I’m an inspiring photographer myself, I deployed 2 more times in 2007 and 2010 to Afghanistan and Iraq and was able to use my D300 to capture combat footage. I was wondering how do you build a client list such as AP, new York times and such?

    Thanks for your time. If you don’t respond to my email, I still want to thank you for shooting Dennis funeral the way it was meant to be.

    • Hi Juan, Thank you for the compliment. It is always tough when I get the call to photograph a funeral, but I feel it’s my duty to capture the moment, the emotion of those who loved the departed. I think of it as my tribute to them.

      I’m sure your combat footage would be very valuable to many publications. I’ve always wanted to do war photography, but not sure I really want to be shot at. I do enjoy the thrill of dangerous situations though.

      Starting out in this business is very hard. The best thing you can do is practice and build up a portfolio. You then show this portfolio to your local newspaper and hope they might use you for assignments. Send me a personal email to stew@stewmilne.com and we can discuss this more.

  2. Hi Stew–I am not wearing my St. Pius V school hat tonight, but my Providence Parks Department hat. We are hoping to name a park playground after Sgt. Weichel later this spring, so I started looking for photos of him and his family and ran across your AP photos of his funeral.

    Thanks for posting these photos–they are very moving and a testament to your skills and the power of the camera to touch our lives.


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