Jason Houge is an artist, photographer, educator and mentor. His subjects cover a range of social issues including human rights, health care, poverty and homelessness, animal rights, religion, and the environment.
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 official mentor of photography and part-time Associate Lecturer of Studio Arts Photography at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. Houge is also a youth mentor and Creative Youth Development Specialist in charge of STEAM programming at the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Green Bay.