Scott Stebner

Based out of Kansas, Scott Stebner is a husband, father, teacher, and creative agricultural communicator who creates cinematically-styled environmental portraits to empower the agricultural community. His work can be seen from national magazine advertisements and newspapers to the websites and promotional material of family farmers and ranchers. Having grown up around livestock and spending seven years as an agricultural educator, Scott is drawn to visually documenting the life, culture, and events of American agriculture at the local level.

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    A rancher is...

    By Scott Stebner on March 3, 2016

    A rancher is more than the open range. Being a rancher is more than a horse, saddles, ropes and jeans. Ranching is his passion for being in the pasture despite a relentless sun beating down on him...

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    A chance

    By Scott Stebner on February 25, 2016

    The son of a rural ironworker, Brent Mathes knew about the country life and working hard. He grew up around farms, drove past them every day and always dreamed of having one to call his own. However...

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  • Farmer with donkeys and cattle

    Guard donkeys

    By Scott Stebner on February 22, 2016

    For Amanda and Oran Taylor, cattle ranching was something they were meant to do. “For me, it’s a way of life. It’s in my blood. It’s my identity, I guess,” Amanda says. “I never want to find out...

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  • Wheat and Harleys

    By Scott Stebner on July 3, 2015

    After a long night of driving and two hours of sleep in the cheapest motel I’ve ever stayed in, I finally pulled in to Shayne’s driveway. With my camera in hand I opened the car door and expected to...

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  • The Story of a Kansas Cattle Rancher

    By Scott Stebner on January 4, 2015

    I used to work at a shoe store during college, and one thing I learned is you can tell a lot about a man by his shoes. As a man walks through the door, his shoes would begin talking and spilling a...

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