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Stephen Binns

Director of Photography

Southern Food and Beverage Museum

HQ Phone:  (504) 569-0405

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Southern Food and Beverage Museum

1504 Oretha C. Haley Boulevard

New Orleans, Louisiana,70113

United States

Company Description

The SoFAB Institute is supported by a number of individuals, organizations, and grants. The sponsors featured below have been instrumental in helping the Institute achieve our goals, expand and deepen programming, and offer more resources to the local and nati...more

Background Information

Employment History

Estimator and Quality Assurance Inspector

Bassett Army Community Hospital


Web References(5 Total References)


SoFAB Staff | Southern Food and Beverage Museum

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Stephen Binns, Director of Photography
Stephen@southernfood.org Stephen has been eating all his life. His mother attested to Stephen's first unescorted sortie into the kitchen resulted in the partial consumption and total destruction of an unattended lemon pie. Sometime after all that stickiness was cleaned up, Stephen immersed himself in the art field as an apprentice photographer in Conway, Arkansas while simultaneously a full time college student and an apprentice mortician at a local funeral home. Stephen graduated with a BA in Commercial Arts with a Journalism minor. Finding not much overlap in the photography and mortician trades, Stephen found himself as a photographer for the Army at Ft. Polk, LA. From there he relocated to Alaska as a Visual Information Specialist expediting photographic, graphic arts and television support and services during field exercises where skiing, mountain climbing, river navigation and glacier crossing were simply part of the job- which was fun and lasted twenty years. Next, Stephen joined the Army Corps of Engineers as an estimator and Quality Assurance inspector during the construction of Bassett Army Hospital, Fort Wainwright, AK. Family ties brought Stephen back to the Southland, in 2009, where he continues to serve The Corps during construction of flood protection projects.


SoFAB Staff | Southern Food and Beverage Museum

southernfood.org [cached]

Stephen Binns, Photographer
Stephen has been eating all his life. His mother attested to Stephen's first unescorted sortie into the kitchen resulted in the partial consumption and total destruction of an unattended lemon pie. Sometime after all that stickiness was cleaned up, Stephen immersed himself in the art field as an apprentice photographer in Conway, Arkansas while simultaneously a full time college student and an apprentice mortician at a local funeral home. Stephen graduated with a BA in Commercial Arts with a Journalism minor. Finding not much overlap in the photography and mortician trades, Stephen found himself as a photographer for the Army at Ft. Polk, LA. From there he relocated to Alaska as a Visual Information Specialist expediting photographic, graphic arts and television support and services during field exercises where skiing, mountain climbing, river navigation and glacier crossing were simply part of the job- which was fun and lasted twenty years. Next, Stephen joined the Army Corps of Engineers as an estimator and Quality Assurance inspector during the construction of Bassett Army Hospital, Fort Wainwright, AK. Family ties brought Stephen back to the Southland, in 2009, where he continues to serve The Corps during construction of flood protection projects.


Brennan’s at the French Market this Saturday! | Southern Food and Beverage Museum

southernfood.org [cached]

To get a glimpse of what we do each week, be sure to check out SoFAB's photos on Facebook, where our photographer Stephen Binns captures all the action shots.


southernfood.org

To get a glimpse of what we do each week, be sure to check out SoFAB's photos on Facebook, where our photographer Stephen Binns captures all the action shots.


SoFAB Staff | Southern Food and Beverage Museum

southernfood.org [cached]

Stephen Binns, Photographer
Stephen has been eating all his life. His mother attested to Stephen's first unescorted sortie into the kitchen resulted in the partial consumption and total destruction of an unattended lemon pie. Sometime after all that stickiness was cleaned up, Stephen immersed himself in the art field as an apprentice photographer in Conway, Arkansas while simultaneously a full time college student and an apprentice mortician at a local funeral home. Stephen graduated with a BA in Commercial Arts with a Journalism minor. Finding not much overlap in the photography and mortician trades, Stephen found himself as a photographer for the Army at Ft. Polk, LA. From there he relocated to Alaska as a Visual Information Specialist expediting photographic, graphic arts and television support and services during field exercises where skiing, mountain climbing, river navigation and glacier crossing were simply part of the job- which was fun and lasted twenty years. Next, Stephen joined the Army Corps of Engineers as an estimator and Quality Assurance inspector during the construction of Bassett Army Hospital, Fort Wainwright, AK. Family ties brought Stephen back to the Southland, in 2009, where he continues to serve The Corps during construction of flood protection projects.


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