Photographer Jason Miccolo Johnson made a presentation last week at Busboys and Poets in DC. He spoke about the creative process behind his book "Soul Sanctuary" and showed some of the images that were not published in the book. The 165 photographs in "Soul Sanctuary" highlight elements of the African-American worship experience captured at various churches across the country. Some of the churches were very small, with challenging lighting conditions... whereas others were megachurches and had full stage lighting systems installed. All of the images were photographed in natural light, without using a flash on his camera. With all of the book's images presented in black & white, it really allows the viewer to connect with the soul of each photograph. Jason Miccolo Johnson's traveling exhibit will stop next in Little Rock, Arkansas from September 1, 2011 to February 28, 2012.