About Jason

Bio

Photographer, artist, activist, mentor and educator.

Known for his portraits and photo stories, his topics cover a broad range of social issues including political unrest, human rights, health care, poverty and homelessness, animal rights, religion, the environment and the personal.

Houge was a recipient of the first ever Yunghi Grant in 2015. Houge was a recipient of the first-ever annual Yunghi Grant in 2015. In 2016 he earned an honorable mention for a LUCIE International Photography Award and a shortlist entry for Burn Magazine’s 2014 Emerging Photographer Fund. His photography has been internationally published by NPR, the New York Times LENS Blog, FeatureShoot, OAI13, Burn Magazine, Yoffy Publishing, Schilt Publishing and Popular Photography China. Houge is an educator and mentor to youth through the Boys and Girls Club and he is also an official mentor and Sr. Associate Lecturer of photography at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay.

Age 39
Nationality American
Born in United States
Based in Green Bay, United States
Languages spoken English
Specialisations Social Issues, Street Photography, Documentary

Other Networks

Current Location: Green Bay, United States

Awards

2016

  • Hon. Mention, LUCIE ipa

2015

  • Yunghi Grant (formerly: Value Your Work Grant)

2014

  • Shortlist, Burn Magazine EPF

Exhibitions

Photobooks

2017

PhotoCat (Schilt Publishing)

2017

Humble Cats (Yoffy)