Jessie Johnson

Jessie travels the American West with her Airstream in search of dirt roads, dreamy trails, thin air, and cookies. She spends her days chatting up reluctant strangers on trails, taking images, hugging trees, and wrestling with her humanity; living on Brussels sprouts and inspiration. Jessie is a social worker by trade, and passionate about utilizing the powerful combination of outdoor adventure and creative practices as tools for healing, recovery, self-discovery, and joy.

Lonely And Thriving

In Conversation with Matt Payne

Welcome to “In Layers”, a series of conversations that explore how the creative practices of photographers inform their images, guide their process, intersect with their personal lives and interests, and shape the landscape of nature photography as an art form. You know those people that seem to have talent coming out of their ears? Matt …

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