emily johnson is a
creative living in
st. louis, missouri.
she crafts stories through photography, performance, and written word.
I am first and foremost a storyteller. I am passionate about causing you to imagine the moment just before the camera clicked and creating compelling imagery that makes you feel something when you look at it. My style is colorful and bold, un-posed and focused telling your story. Click below to inquire about booking Emily!
I have been singing since before I can remember. One of my earliest memories includes me standing in front of my small Baptist church's congregation as a five year old, with big blonde curls and a microphone, singing hymns to a room of smiling faces. Those hymns turned into a passion for storytelling and performance that has spanned a lifetime. You can catch me performing across the St. Louis area in theatre companies, cabaret shows, private/corporate events, and much more. Click below to learn more about working with me!
Writing has always been therapeutic for me. My mother encouraged me from a young age to cling to language and instilled within me a passion for using it as a way to process the world. From doodling “EMILY LOVES TYLER” in my childhood diary to majoring in Secondary Education: English in college, language has been with me during every season of life. Click below to read my blog!
Did you know the average person now spends up to 2 hours a day on social media? I learned a great deal growing my own following to over 10,000 combined likes, friends, and followers and I am now honored to assist companies in doing the same.
Branding is far more than just a logo; it’s an experience. I love helping craft brand experiences by weaving together imagery, language, and social media strategy. Click below for more information on digital marketing services for your brand.
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