Aaron Huey is National Geographic photographer and Founder and Chief Creative of Amplifier. As a photographer, Huey has created over 30 stories for the National Geographic magazines including several cover stories. As one of the first Global Ambassadors for Stanford’s d.School and as a Media Experiments Fellow there, Huey focused on experiments using the human centered design process in both the analog and digital world. His combination of art and storytelling have resulted in the creation of Amplifier’s global art phenomenon “We The People” with collaborator Shepard Fairey, the Sherpa Photo Fund, and a recent series of Pre-Colonial History and Cultural Heritage lessons in virtual reality that will become part of K-12 curriculum across the U.S. His Bear Ears National Monument VR experience won the 2019 Webby for best VR Interactive Design.  Huey was also named the 3rd coolest Dad in America by Fatherly.com after Lebron James and Kelly Slater!

At Amplifier, Aaron ideates, builds, and art directs Amplifier’s campaigns. He is currently focused on expanding Amplifier’s storytelling portfolio with a set of new AR experiments.