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Background Information

Employment History

Zydeco Nation


Affiliations

Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers

Member


Justice Studies Association

Member


Peace

Member


My Mind

Founder


LPGM

Board Member


Education

BA

Journalism


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www.noltner.com

John Noltner Photographyabout John NoltnerJohn Noltner PhotographyJohn Noltner Photographyabout John NoltnerAbout John NoltnerJohn Noltner is a freelance photographer based in Minneapolis, specializing in images of people for editorial, corporate and advertising clients.John works out of his 2,000 square foot studio in the Minneapolis warehouse district, or on location in the Midwest or around the world. Projects last year took him to corporate boardrooms, and down the Mississippi on river barges.He photographed in Honduran neighborhoods devastated by Hurricane Mitch, the Hill Tribe region of Northern Thailand, and TB clinics for migrant laborers in central Florida. After graduating in 1990 with a BA in Journalism, John took a job as a staff photographer at a small daily newspaper in Wisconsin.A 1992 move to Minneapolis led to a shooting position at a catalog studio which he left in 1995 to pursue his own clients. John's award-winning photos have been published in numerous regional and national magazines, including: Computerworld, Disability Today, E-the Environmental Magazine, Fast Company, Firehouse Journal, Forbes, Midwest Living, Minnesota Technology, Outdoor Action, Parade, Smithsonian, Successful Farming, Ventures, and The World and I.


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- John Noltner, Photographer, John Noltner PhotographyCommunications - John Noltner, Photographer, John Noltner PhotographyCommunications


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A Peace of My Mind is a documentary project about peace by Minneapoilis photographer John Noltner.
People from a wide range of backgrounds are asked to talk about peace...what it means to them, how they work toward it in their lives, and the obstacles they encounter along the way. The interviews are combined with black & white portraits and showcased on a new website. The project is designed to give a voice to those who strive for peace in our world. It is intended to help foster dialogue about peace in our community. For more information about the project, or to invite John Noltner to speak at your event, please email him at john AT apeaceofmymind DOT net.


Twin Cities photographer John Noltner will open his new documentary exhibit titled A Peace of My Mind at Midtown Global Market on September 21, 2010, in conjunction with the United Nations' International Day of Peace.
A Peace of My Mind is a project that combines portraiture and storytelling to explore the meaning of peace. Created and produced by Bloomington, MN freelance photographer John Noltner, the project was designed to give a voice to people who work for peace in their neighborhoods and the larger world. The website for the documentary project showcases interviews and portraits of subjects from diverse backgrounds. Since early 2009, Noltner has interviewed 52 individuals about their thoughts on peace…what it means to them, what they do to work toward peace in their lives and what obstacles they encounter along the way. Noltner reflects on preparing for the exhibit:


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