Steven David Johnson is a freelance photographer as well as a visual and communication arts professor at Eastern Mennonite University in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. He lives north of Harrisonburg in an old farm house across the road from the Shenandoah River. Since moving to the valley, he has been recording his life in a photo blog at www.virginiajournal.org.
Steven holds a B.A. in Art from Houghton College and an M.F.A. in Computer Art (Emphasis in Multimedia and Interactivity) from Savannah College of Art and Design.
In addition to teaching and photography, he has a professional background as a Director of Digital Media and webmaster. Steve has exhibited his work in Georgia, New York, and China. You can view a selection of his photography at www.stevendavidjohnson.com. Steve is a featured artist in the journal Rock and Sling and in Ruminate Magazine. His photographic images have appeared in Orion, National Geographic Traveler, Blue Ridge Country, Pastemagazine.com, npr.org, The London Guardian, and Les Inrockuptibles (France’s largest music and culture magazine).
Dave Huth is Associate Professor of Visual Communication and Media Arts at Houghton College (NY). He holds a BA in art (graphic design and drawing) from Houghton College, and an MFA in Computer Graphics Design from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Dave is a passionate conservation photographer and science communicator, specifically about evolution, biodiversity, and human encounters with other organisms in shared ecosystems.
Also an advocate for personal media distributed using new digital communication forms, Dave keeps a personal page of natural history communication at davehuth.com.
A note about our photos
The photographs on this Web site, unless otherwise specified, are created by Steven Johnson and Dave Huth, who hold the copyright for all of their respective images. The licenses for how the photos might be used vary by individual picture, so please don’t use the photos from this site unless you have obtained the proper permissions. The best way to do this is to contact us. We’re really very nice people and easy to get hold of! E-mail works great: Steve Johnson email@example.com ; Dave Huth firstname.lastname@example.org