Steve Ozone is a professional photographer who co-produced The Registry, a documentary film about the World War II Military Intelligence Service Language School in Minnesota. Ozone has worked in both the corporate realm and the fine arts. His work has been shown locally, nationally and is held in private collections. His philanthropic efforts include work with the St. Bernard Project in New Orleans, Louisiana, to photograph families displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
A native of Rochester, New York, Ozone earned a bachelor of arts degree in photojournalism from Ball State University in Indiana. He now resides in Minneapolis, Minn.