Jason Miccolo Johnson: Capturing moments and making history with his camera

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The anticipation is building as we get closer to this Saturday’s grand opening of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Earlier this week, we told you about a couple of Savannahians who are a part of the exhibits.

This morning, our focus is on award-winning photojournalist and Savannah State University professor, Jason Miccolo Johnson, whose 50 photographs will be on display within the walls of the museum.

We go behind the lens to take a look at the man and his incredible career.

 

Side note: Johnson will take 16 SSU Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC) students- along with other faculty and staff members- with him to the museum’s grand opening to not only witness history- but to document it through photographs.

They’ll be posting their experience to Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter all weekend long.

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