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Lyntha Eiler

Lyntha Scott Eiler is a photographic field researcher, magazine photographer, documentary photojournalist and co-owner of MugWump Studio & Stock Photography. As a publication photographer, she produced material for the National Geographic Society¹s books and magazine, Sunset, and Ohio Magazine. She was a co-producer of the Cine Golden Eagle Award winning educational project on the Revolutionary War. As a documentary photographer, she has been involved in Project Documerica, the 1970 project funded by the EPA to record the state of the environment prior to major air and water legislation. She has been a field researcher and photographer on three Library of Congress American Folklife Center projects and a Calvert Marine Museum project on the Patuxent River watermen. Her photographs have been featured in numerous books and publications.

Lyntha Eiler has taught as an assistant professor and visiting professional for Ohio University¹s School of Visual Communication and the Scotland Field School in Documentary Photojournalism for 16 years.

For examples of Lyntha's photographic work, please see the following web sites:

Athens Women's Habitat for Humanity
Tending the Commons: Folklife and Landscape in Southern West Virginia
West Virginia Mountaintop Removal Homepage

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