Read the full article here. American Photography
WWD hired me to shoot for an article about the onetime “jewelry capital of the world” as it undergoes a revival. I had no idea the amount of jewelry making still happening in Providence and what was housed inside these old brick buildings. Take a look a the pictures for a view of where Alex and Ani, Tiffany, Shinola, and David Yurman products are manufactured. Click on the link, here, to read the whole article.
These 2 diving images from the RIO Olympics were Selected to be included in American Photography’s 2017 Photo Annual. The shots were both taken during practice before the Olympics had officially started. Working for the IOC gave me some great access and allowed me the freedom to find these 2 angles.
Both Images ©2016 International Olympic Committee/ Jason Evans – All Rights Reserved
About the Contest:
I’m excited to share that my baseball series was a winner in the 2016 PDN Photo Annual. Thanks to the jury and everyone at Photo District News!
You can see the full gallery of winners here. PDN 2016 PhotoAnnual Winner’s Gallery
To see more images from the series, visit my website here. www.jasonevansimagery.com
I’m excited to announce that American Photography has chosen image for the AP32 photo annual.
Thanks to all the judges and to everyone at American Photography.
I welcomed in the new year in El Paso, Texas this year. From this location you can see not only Texas, but New Mexico and Juarez, Mexico.
My thoughts traveled to the countries that I have visited and the “such a small world” feeling that consistently pervades interactions and events. At the same time, we have politicians who wish to build walls to keep out some of our neighbors. Looking out from this scenic overlook, it is hard to locate the exact lines which mark the borders and “ours” from “theirs.” The desert on one side looks the same as the desert on the other…as do the plants, insects, and birds. While there might be differences among the people on Earth, approach the new year with the knowledge that we are all in this together.
For the past 9 years, I’ve shot the sunrise on Jan. 1 as a way to welcome the new year.