For the past 13 years, Jason K. Powers has been a freelance photographer based in the Colorado area. He has covered a wide range of subjects from sports, photojournalism, weddings, modeling, headshots, documentary, editorial, environmental portraiture and general portraiture. Jason has worked with clients from families, to major magazines, PR firms, modeling agencies and newspapers.
In 2006 he co-founded the non-profit, North East India Project (NEIP), where he served as President. NEIP worked with remote tribal villages in the jungles of North East India helping them to become more self-sustaining. Jason was among a small group of people who were the first foreigners to visit some of these places since the last 1800’s. His first coffee table book, One Man’s Road – A Journey Into North East India came out in 2013. He has also traveled to Vietnam and Thailand, spent time in the cities and deserts of Jordan and the jungles of Laos.
In 2013 Jason split his company up to better focus on sports & events while in the States, and documentary & ethnographic photography while abroad. JKP Sports now covers everything from CHSAA State Championships in Colorado, to USAG meets & State Championships around the country, to marathons, triathlons, bike races and many other sporting events.
Jason’s love for travel, adventure, and the remote areas of the world has shifted the focus of his newest company, Powers Global Ventures, doing documentary and ethnographic photography work. His primary project going on right now is Denver’s Hidden Homeless, taking him to the inner city of Denver, Colorado’s hidden homeless population.
Be sure to keep a close eye on Jason and his next adventure!