Joy Fatooh presents

More about Altair Interpretive Arts

Joy's background

Joy's photo

Joy Fatooh's interpretive art
is informed by education in the sciences and in digital media, and a career in natural resource management...
inspired by love, fascination and respect for all the world's natural and cultural wonders...
and motivated by delight in working with others to bring their visions to life.

Photo by Faith Rumm


  • Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Bishop Field Office*
  • BLM El Centro Field Office*
  • BLM Hollister Field Office*
  • BLM Mother Lode Field Office*
  • California Native Plant Society, Bristlecone Chapter
  • Carrizo Plains National Monument*
  • Eastern Sierra Audubon Society
  • Eastern Sierra Institute for Collaborative Education
  • Eastern Sierra InterAgency Visitor Center*
  • Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association*
  • Friends Of the Inyo
  • Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area*
  • International Association for the Study of Dreams
  • Inyo Council for the Arts
  • Inyo National Forest*
  • Inyo Register
  • Los Angeles Dep't of Water and Power
  • Mammoth Magazine
  • Mono Lake Committee
  • RummStudio

*Projects for Federal agencies were done as an employee of the U.S. government, are in the public domain and may be used by permission of, and credited to, the agency.

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