Dan Lamont is a photojournalist and filmmaker whose work for international publishers spans decades. He has been a regular contributor to The New York Times, Time, Newsweek, Der Spiegel, Smithsonian and many other publications.

Dan is most known for his work about social justice and environmental issues. After many years as an editorial photojournalist Dan now often finds himself in the role of producer/director of short documentary films, many produced with the support of organizations like the MacArthur Foundation, the Kellogg Foundation and the Center for Children and Youth Justice, among others. These films have covered juvenile justice, family homelessness, education, health care, natural resource management and revitalization of indigenous cultures. 

As a media content consultant, Dan has been able to advise clients like AT&T,  COSTCO and the University of Washington about the best ways to use the full range of digital media tools and techniques to craft content assets that tell credible, compelling stories and how to organize and manage that content so it works across media platforms, delivering a  consistent  message over time.

Dan is Past-President of the Board of the Blue Earth Alliance and Past-President of the ASMP Foundation. He holds a Master of Communication in Digital Media from the University of Washington and was a Journalism Fellow at Seattle University supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He has won dozens of regional, national and international awards for his work in photojournalism.

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