Mirrah Johnson is a talented film photographer from a small town in Middle Tennessee. She currently studies fiber arts at the Appalachian Center for Craft, and works part-time. She will receive my BFA in Art Education in 2016. Currently most of her time is spent in the fibers studio weaving, printing/dying fabrics, and sewing.
Sometimes, taking a picture feels like I’m telling a secret. For me, photography is a language used to communicate all kinds of emotions, tell all kinds of stories, and express things that cannot be put to words. It is a subtle yet powerful way for me to show others my perspective – what I see and experience.
— Mirrah Johnson