As a 12-year old, a lucky frame of a burst of lightening hooked me on photography. After that, a life-changing trip around the world kicked-off a lifetime of travel and a mission for capturing the unexpected in my camera. My goal is making images that match the memory of what I see and experience. Photographing the emotional moments in sports and life is part chance and part preparation — it's about finding the balance and exploring in every session.  

In addition to travel, surfing has become a fairly life-consuming passion. It’s a perfect fit with my desire to see new places and step out of the comfort zone as much as possible. I aim to visit a new country every year — and I'm getting a little behind, so there could be an epic trip in the near future. The short list is Cuba and Vietnam. I love nature. You can even call me an environmentalist. Working with several local organizations, I do my part to protect and maintain my beautiful home state of Rhode Island, and beyond. I don’t have kids, but love the ones I know, and believe they deserve a beautiful and healthy planet to live on. There’s a lot to be said for leaving a place better than how you found it. That's my approach to life; the more I practice it, the more I believe in it. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jason Evans’s work has been recognized by American Photography, the International Photography Awards, Photo District News, American Photographic Artists, and with two solo exhibits at the Newport Art Museum, Rhode Island. His clients include the International Olympic Committee, New Balance, Nike, TaylorMade, Toyota Health Source RI, Providence College and the International Yacht Restoration School, as well as Men’s Journal, The Improper Bostonian, Runner’s World, Rhode Island Monthly and Yankee Magazine.  

Jason's images are part of the permanent collection at Musée Olympique, Lausanne, Switzerland.