Cherie Steinberg Cote


Cherie Steinberg Cote is a photographer whose passion has been traveling the world and photographing people. She began her photography career as a photojournalist at The Toronto Sun newspaper in Toronto, Canada. She had the distinction of being their first female photographer. Cherie was also honored with the Canadian Council for the Arts Award, Canada's equivalent of the National Endowment for the Arts Award.

Among the numerous awards Cherie has won, she is a Getty Image Stock Photographer whose works are sold worldwide.

Cherie was listed by Nikon as “one of the worlds great photographers.”

In her international travels to over 40 countries, she has captured extraordinary images, which have appeared in countless publications and most recently in Grace Ormonde, The L.A. Times, Los Angeles Magazine, Bride & Bloom Magazine, Los Angeles Weddings, Studio Design & Photography, Towne & Country, WPPI Photography Monthly, Distinctive Magazine, 90210 Magazine, 5280 Magazine, Professional Photographers, Palm Springs Life, Digital Photo Pro, Rangefinder Magazine and Nikon World. Her photography has also been featured on Entertainment Tonight several times.

In 2008 did a large Nikon campaign for a major new camera that was introduced in November last year. Cherie also serves as a Nikon spokesperson, sharing their work and techniques.

Cheriefoto’s work has been featured in dozens of educational photography books. Photographers have been eager to learn how Cheriefoto gets their certain look.

Where to find Cherie Steinberg Cote online


The Art of a Wedding: How to Get Award-Winning Photos at Your Wedding
Price: $12.99 USD. Words: 14,230. Language: English. Published: October 11, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Weddings » Wedding planning & checklists
It's the advice your best friend would give you. Award-winning photographer Cherie Steinberg Cote shares more than 140 no-nonsense tips for achieving the picture-perfect wedding. This blunt breakdown is based on her 13 years of experience, to help you see, understand and think about things through a photographer's lens.

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