Jonathan Lujan is from Pecos, New Mexico and a 2011 graduate of New Mexico Highlands University where he attained a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Communication Design. He is currently finishing a Masters of Arts in History.
He has worked on various projects through NMHU’s PICT (Program for Interactive Cultural Technology) program, including the New Mexico History Museum’s inaugural exhibit Fashioning New Mexico and Emergence: Origins of Life at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History. He has also worked as an artifact photographer for the Museum of Indian Art and Culture as well as restoring and digitizing an historic photography collection for the State Historian's Office. Most recently Jonathan has completed designing two exhibits for the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
Jonathan specializes in photography and print/exhibit design but also designs for web applications. He is currently working at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, NM.