Monte Zucker was one of the world's best known and most loved portrait photographers. Known as "The Creator" due to his constant innovation, his style of simple, direct and emotional portraits changed photographic history - and still resonates today.
From a very early stage in his career Monte understood the value in sharing his ideas, concepts and his pioneering approach to photography. He started teaching in the 1960s as well as authoring regular columns in popular photography magazines and journals, and became one of the leading photographic educators of the twentieth century.
His popularity as an educator didn't slow down his approach to his work however, and Monte continued to be an influential educator and photographer through his life, and was awarded almost every accolade possible, including the United Nations Photographer of the Year in 2002.
Over 50 years later, Monte's legacy lives on in the hundreds of thousands of students that have been educated by MZed's workshops, masterclasses and online education. And it continues to grow through each and every MZed Pro member that has access to a wide library of continually expanding content to help improve their craft and enhance their journey as artists.
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