JASON BREWER

Jason Brewer's 2019 Goals

Jason.JPG

With the weight of 2018 behind me (Starting a new job that required relocation & buying a new house along with a newborn baby, all happening within three months) I have had a little time to reflect and set two essential goals for 2019 Photographically.

Goal 1: Looking ahead and seeing what may be taking place later in the year (Graduate School), I the first goal for the new year is for me to take a step back and honestly shoot for myself to focus on refining my Art. I want to remove the pressure of shooting for a specific project as well as deliberately shooting to get images for the next Zine to publish.

Goal 2: Do more when I can with others. When time allows I want to do more with others. Whether that is walking the streets together, working with people to model for me to learn more portraiture, or merely doing a distance collaboration of some sort I want to feel like I am not living on a little island within the Photographic Ocean this year.

Here is to a happy 2019 for all!

INSTAGRAM | PROFILE

This is part of the 2019 GOALS series. If you’d like to see the 2019 GOALS of our other featured artists, check out the other articles here.

Oddment Volume Two Announcement

Hello, this is Jason Brewer here to announce that a new volume of my Oddments zine is available for pre-order!

Oddments Volume Two takes on a more personal tone within the zone over the previous one. Many of these images represent some form of a challenge deliberately put in place as a constraint or that occurred while out shooting that has helped to push my photography skills further. Additionally, all images shown in volume two were taken on film. 

GET TO KNOW ME: JASON BREWER

I’m Jason Brewer, a 40-something Father of three and IT Professional that squeezes in time for Photography when I have spare moments during my daily life. I shoot both black and white and color film to capture a wide variety of Midwestern subjects that capture my curiosity in my home state of Wisconsin. I also shoot digitally when there is a need for it for clients when I am paid to shoot local events.