When Steve Winter’s name was read out as the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2008 at a gala at London’s Natural History Museum in November 2008 it was the culmination of a dream that began when he was a boy in Fort Wayne, Indiana. “From the time I was eight years old,” Steve reveals, “all I ever wanted to be was a National Geographic photographer. I always saw the magazine and watched National Geographic television specials and became fascinated by the great world out there, by all the other cultures and people.” He adds, ironically: “But never in a million years did I ever think I would end up photographing animals.” CPN’s John McDermott spoke to him about his career and his photographic pursuit of snow leopards.
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