In 2000, critically acclaimed photographer and musician Richard Leo Johnson left Nashville, Tennessee, and settled in Savannah to resume his photography business. After more than a decade on the road performing at concerts in the United States, Canada, and Europe, he was looking to stay closer to home. The move to Savannah resulted in new relationships with many periodicals, book publishers, architects, and interior designers. Johnson's work has appeared in Coastal Living, Cottage Living, This Old House magazine, Southern Accents, and Architectural Record among many others.
His work was selected for several exhibits and private collections including the New Orleans Museum and The Arkansas Arts Center among other public and private collections.
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