Micah Walter is a freelance photojournalist, writer, and teacher from Washington D.C. A graduate of the photo tech program at the Rochester Institute of Technology in upstate New York, Micah spent his first years after college working as an imaging specialist at the University of Rochester‘s Lab For Laser Energetics. He later went on to become an independent photographer when he bought his first digital camera and moved to Israel.
After spending over a year in Israel, documenting the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians for local publications and his photo agency, Micah moved back to Washington where he covered the political scene including the 911 hearings, the 2004 Presidential race, and countless press conferences. Micah also teaches courses at the U.S.D.A Graduate School in nature and digital photography.
Micah’s clients include The New York Times, Reuters, Gannett Newspapers, Bloomberg, EPA, and The Houston Chronicle, to name a few. For more information about Micah, visit his website at www.micahwalter.com.