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Aaron Huey

Sunset on Denali -"the High One" or "Great One" in the Koyukon Athabaskan language. This image shows Pioneer Ridge from the road near Wonder Lake. Denali is the tallest land-based mountain on Earth—with a vertical rise of about 18,000 feet, as well as the highest peak in North America—with a summit of 20,310 feet. Like most big peaks in the world "The Great One" is bigger than life, a kind of transcendent thing, beyond time. I consider Denali to be one of our great American Cathedrals.

BIO: Aaron Huey is a National Geographic photographer and Explorer, a Stanford d.School Fellow, and Founder + Chief Creative of Amplifier.org.

As a photographer Huey has created over 30 stories for the National Geographic magazines including several cover stories. As a Stanford Knight Fellow and then as one of the first d.School Media Experiments Fellows, Huey focused on using the human centered design process in both the analog and digital world to evolve his storytelling. That resulted in many projects beyond traditional photography, including the evolution of his art and advocacy non-profit Amplifier, where he created the global art phenomenon called "We The People" with a small team now based in South Seattle.

Huey’s Bear Ears Virtual Museum VR experience, won the Webby for best VR Interactive Design in 2019 and parts of that project will become Pre-Colonial History and Cultural Heritage lessons in AR and VR for K-12 classrooms across the US in 2021.

Huey is currently working on a set of new AR experiments, and the revival of the Wide Awakes Movement. But, perhaps most importantly, Huey was named the 3rd coolest Dad in America by Fatherly.com after Lebron James and Kelly Slater.

WEBSITE: helloprototype.com
INSTAGRAM: @argonautphoto
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Sunset on Denali -"the High One" or "Great One" in the Koyukon Athabaskan language. This image shows Pioneer Ridge from the road near Wonder Lake. Denali is the tallest land-based mountain on Earth—with a vertical rise of about 18,000 feet, as well as the highest peak in North America—with a summit of 20,310 feet.  Like most big peaks in the world "The Great One" is bigger than life, a kind of transcendent thing, beyond time. I consider Denali to be one of our great American Cathedrals.<br />
<br />
BIO: Aaron Huey is a National Geographic photographer and Explorer, a Stanford d.School Fellow, and Founder + Chief Creative of Amplifier.org. <br />
<br />
As a photographer Huey has created over 30 stories for the National Geographic magazines including several cover stories.   As a Stanford Knight Fellow and then as one of the first d.School Media Experiments Fellows, Huey focused on using the human centered design process in both the analog and digital world to evolve his storytelling.  That resulted in many projects beyond traditional photography, including the evolution of his art and advocacy non-profit Amplifier, where he created the global art phenomenon called "We The People" with a small team now based in South Seattle. <br />
<br />
Huey’s Bear Ears Virtual Museum VR experience, won the Webby for best VR Interactive Design in 2019 and parts of that project will become Pre-Colonial History and Cultural Heritage lessons in AR and VR for K-12 classrooms across the US in 2021. <br />
<br />
Huey is currently working on a set of new AR experiments, and the revival of the Wide Awakes Movement.  But, perhaps most importantly, Huey was named the 3rd coolest Dad in America by Fatherly.com after Lebron James and Kelly Slater. <br />
<br />
WEBSITE: helloprototype.com<br />
INSTAGRAM: @argonautphoto