BIO:Miah Nate Johnson began working for wire services, including the Associated Press and United Press International, while still in college. Upon graduating with a B.F.A. from the Academy of Art in San Francisco, he traveled to Eastern Europe to photograph scenes from the Velvet Revolution and the fall of the Berlin Wall. Returning to New York he spent a year at Magnum Photos. Deciding that Fine Art was the path for his personal expression, he divide his life into two parts that of an artist and that of a working editorial photographer. His work has since taken him to unexplored islands off the coast of Africa as an underwater photographer and to Hollywood movie sets, where he contributed still photography for the films Sphere and War of the Worlds. Clients include editorial and corporate: National Geographic, National Geographic Channel, The New York Times, The City SUN, World Wildlife Fund, American Red Cross, Warner Bros., and Paramount Pictures, among others. Awards include 1994 Picture of the Year (POY) for magazine pictorial, as well as awards from the Chicago International Film Festival, EPIC Festival, and Houston Innerspace along with 5 regional Mass Cultural Art Grants. In 2014 finished MFA in Visual Arts in Boston.