Jason's Stories



Social Issues, Contemporary Issues, Documentary

Reconciliation is an autobiographical story that is both introspective and retrospective as I look at my life today and look back to where I’ve come from. The main subjects in this work are my chosen family.

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Women's March on Washington

Social Issues, Street Photography, Documentary

Women's March on Washington

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About Jason


Jason Houge is a visual storyteller of social issues that include human rights, health care, poverty and homelessness, animal rights, religion, and the environment. He also enjoys photographing portraits of artists, musicians, authors and other people of culture.

Houge was a recipient of the Yunghi Grant in 2015 and has been published by NPR, the New York Times LENS Blog, the BEHOLD Photo Blog, FeatureShoot, and Burn Magazine. He has exhibited with the Humble Arts Foundation, the South Street Seaport Museum in New York, NY, and the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay, WI. Houge is currently an Associate Lecturer of Studio Arts Photography at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay.

Age 38
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



  • Yunghi Grant (formerly: Value Your Work Grant)


  • Shortlist, Burn Magazine EPF




PhotoCat (Schilt Publishing)


Humble Cats (Yoffy)