This Week’s Speaker…Steven Huyser-Honig

Posted on March 6, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

This Week’s Speaker… at the greatlakestownhall

From the first time Steven Huyser-Honig vacationed along the Lake Michigan shore as a small boy, he’s been captivated by the beauty of the Great Lakes. Beaches and dunes, lighthouses and breakwaters, farms and orchards, forests and streams, small towns and big cities—all are essential to the character of this timeless region.

As a self-taught photographer, Steve’s been extremely fortunate to be able to turn his passion into his profession. It began when his wife, Joan, a writer, needed illustrations to accompany her freelance articles. Soon they were collaborating as travel journalists. They loved the challenge of communicating a place’s singular beauty and people in photographs and words.

When family life dictated they spend their time closer to home, they formed Huyser-Honig Creative Services (http://www.hhcreatives.com) and focused on telling the stories of nonprofit organizations. Their lives have been greatly enriched by close association with so many people doing so much good.

In recent years Steve has once again been able to travel and photograph extensively in the Great Lakes. He formed Great Lakes Editions (http://www.greatlakeseditions.com) to share his love for the beauty of this region…and his dedication to preserving it for future generations.

To do his part to inform public opinion, Steve authors a blog on Great Lakes environmental issues: http://www.greatlakesforall.com. As a lighthouse enthusiast, Steve authors a blog on international lighthouse news: http://www.lighthouseforever.com.

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