Steve Johnson is a photojournalist, technologist, professor and entrepreneur leading the charge in immersive storytelling across news organizations, non profits and universities.
His company, SeeBoundless, works tirelessly innovating news gathering practices, rewriting university courses to include immersive storytelling and finding new ways for audiences to learn about the world around them.
His work in 2018 with augmented reality news takes audiences across the globe by putting entire buildings and city blocks right in front of them using Apple's ARKit technology - the first AR driven journalism series ever.
Working with fellow journalists to write the manual on immersive storytelling, he has developed standards and practices, ethics guidelines and tools that are used among news organizations and universities nation-wide. His stories can be found in the pages and websites of The Washington Post, Reuters, European Pressphoto Agency and The New York Times.
About SeeBoundless, USA
SeeBoundless was founded in 2015 by Steve Johnson to help good people tell good stories. It's that simple.
Through design, production and distribution, SeeBoundless works with others dedicated to creating positive change through storytelling. It is our belief that stories do not have to be limited by their medium; they can and should be the most valuable tools for the discovery of unknowns.
One month we might be hundreds of feet under a glacier to help share stories of climate change and the next letting a tribal leader show us the need for dental care in Native American communities.
We work with storytellers across the globe. From photojournalists to graphic designers to academic researchers, our stories involve a myriad of specialists who care deeply about sharing their work with others.
Our goal is simple: we want to partner with you to use the best platforms, technologies, storytelling tools and distribution methods to share truths.