Steven Stone has been a professional writer and photographer since 1981. He attended Boston University's School of Communications where he majored in Photo-Journalism. After college Steven pursued a course of post-graduate studies with John Benson at Image Works in Cambridge, Massachusetts. he has also studied with Lissette Model, Carl Chiarenza, Art Kane, Emmet Gowin, and Arnold Newman.
Steven Stone has been a contributing editor to Stereophile Guide to Home Theater as well as a contributing editor to Stereophile. He currently a senior editor for The Absolute Sound, managing editor at Audiophile Review, and reviewer for Home Theater Review. He's also a monthly acoustic instrument columnist and feature-writer for Vintage Guitar magazine. He has done articles on home entertainment for Spin and Creem magazine.
His editorial photography has appeared in Business Week, The New York Times, Newsweek, Boston Magazine, W, and many other publications. His personal photography is in the collections of the Library of Congress, Biblioteque National of France, and many private collections. A book about E-Town, a nationally syndicated musical variety show whose focus is on environmental and social issues combined with exceptional musical performances is a current long-term project.
Mr. Stone is also a recording engineer who specializes in symphony orchestras using purist recording techniques. He has been recording the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra for the last twelve years.
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