Stefan The Scientist

Hometown: Atlanta, GA

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Green Roster Band

Joined March 2018 

Eco Practices

  • All Digital Releases 
  • Home studio that minimizes carbon-footprint
  • All instruments on the recordings are pre-owned and vintage. 

Green Goals

  • Certify studio as a NWF Wildlife Habitat
  • Print any promotional materials on recycled paper
  • Offset Carbon emissions from music video productions

Favorite Public Land

Grand Teton National Park

Stefan “The Scientist” Moss is a Caribbean musical artist and published environmental scientist based in Atlanta, Georgia He has released two independent albums and several singles under his own independent label, Greendub Records. Moss began singing since the age of five and started writing songs at fifteen.  A native of The Bahamas, Moss is a three-time Marlin Award winner and has won a Dove Award for Best Inspirational Recording with hip-hop duo Grits, out of Nashville, Tennessee. Stefan explores themes of spirituality, philosophy and environmentalism in his songwriting, and when not making music at his home-based studio, he teaches a course in Environmental Science at Georgia State University. He obtained Bachelors degrees in Chemistry and Biology from Lee University in Cleveland, TN, and a Masters degree in Environmental Science from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Moss has co-led student research expeditions to Yellowstone and Grant Teton National Park as a member of the Rocky Mountain Science and Sustainability Network (RMSSN), and is an alumnus of Outdoor Afro, spending three years leading hikes to numerous national and state parks in Georgia. As a member of the Diverse Environmental Leaders National Speakers Bureau, Moss has consulted with the National Park Service and US Forest Service on issues related to stewardship, diversity, and inclusion, drawing from his experience as an immigrant and public lands advocate. He is the Founder of the Saltwater Underground Railroad Experience, an interpretive program that retraces the path of runaway enslaved Africans from Southern states to freedom in The Bahamas, and has been featured in various news outlets including Upworthy,  The Chattanoogan, Prism Magazine , The Bahamas Weekly, and Good For All News, ran by the Jane Goodall Institute. Moss and his wife Tesia, an accomplished violinist and singer, own and operate Moss School of Music, a school for piano, violin, and voice. REI recently featured them in their 2018 Family Adventures Campaign. Their musical mission is to train the next generation of leaders and empower them to use their artistry as a tool to solve social and environmental challenges.