Stephanie Keith is a photographer whose work focuses on intimately documenting groups of people organized around ideology, either religious or political. In 2017, the Guardian shortlisted her as one of the ten best wire photographers of the year and she actively covered the rise of white nationalism in America. In the last two years, 2017 and 2016, photos of hers from protests- Black Lives Matter and Standing Rock- appeared in the best photos of the year for major news organizations such as: Reuters, BBC News, NBC News, The Guardian, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and The Washington Post. In 2016, she had a Reuters assignment to cover the Dakota Access Pipeline protest at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation for six weeks. She has been documenting the Brooklyn scene her entire photo career, doing stories about Coney Island, Drag Queen competitions, Muslim holidays, Jouvert and the Haitian American practice of Vodou. In 2012, the Newswomen’s Club of New York chose her as their Newswomen of the Year for her “in the trenches” photographs of the Occupy Wall Street movement. She lives in Brooklyn with her two children.