Lance Johnson is an award-winning videographer who is excited to be a part of the Lee High School staff as the Video Broadcast Journalism teacher. Mr. Johnson graduated from the University of Montana with a B.A. in Radio and Television Production and has spent the last decade working in the broadcasting industry in a variety of positions. Mr. Johnson began his career at the ABC affiliate in Boise, ID where he worked as a photographer, reporter and producer. He covered major news stories including visits from Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, the Larry Craig scandal and wildfires. Mr. Johnson also covered big sporting events like the Fiesta Bowl and NFL Combine. In 2010 Mr. Johnson moved to Huntsville when his wife took a new job in town. He began working at WHNT News 19 in the Creative Services department - writing, shooting and editing promotional materials for the station. Mr. Johnson is married with 2 young daughters. He enjoys playing golf when he has any free time.
B.A. in Radio and Television Production, The University of Montana
Specialty Area 2, Career and Technical Television Production Education