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Jason Houge Studios | Midwest Photography Services, Film Developing and Visual Storytelling based in Madison, Wisconsin Collectable Fine Art Prints Shop Fine Art Print Collections Photography Services Collection Digitization | Event Photography | Portraits Large Format Printing Large Format Archival Fine Art Printing Film Developing Services Black & White and Color (C41 and E6) Client Portal Client Login and Client Galleries Visual Storytelling Photo Journalism & Photo Documentary About Jason Houge Jason Houge Biography and CV Jason Houge Studios Dispatch Get The Latest News, Offers and Deals!Read More →

Collection and Art Digitization, Event Photography and Portrait Photography Museum Collection, Art and Object Digitization Digitization Services for Museums, Galleries, Artists and Collectors Archaeological and Paleontological Artifacts Design Portfolios Furniture Frescos Jewelry Mosaics Objects Paintings Prints Sculpture Reflective and Transparent Surfaces and Materials Learn More or Book a Free Consultation Event Photography Commercial and Private Events Art Opening Receptions Celebrations Concerts Conventions Dinner Parties Family Reunions Motion Picture Sets School Reunions Looking for something different? Let us know! Learn More or Book a Free Consultation Portrait Photography Specializing in portraits for all purposes Acting/Modeling Portraits Anniversary Photographs Artist and Author Portraits Black & White CandidRead More →

Event Photography and Motion Picture Set Stills Professional Event Photography with a Keen Eye for Candid Personal Moments Hosting an event is hard! You and your team will spend countless hours planning, building, and coordinating an experience for your guests and colleagues to enjoy together. You need to document the event to keep that experience going – perhaps for advertising, annual reports, fundraising, or just to share with friends and family who couldn’t make it. You need a photographer that gets to work looking for those moments that tells the story of the moment you’ve created. You need a professional and engaging photographer who willRead More →

Who are the Children of Solidarity? These are the Millennial youth who stood in solidarity with their parents during the 2011 Wisconsin Worker’s Rights Protests that took place at the capitol building in Madison, Wisconsin. During this time, Wisconsin Republicans, lead by Governor Scott Walker, proposed a very unpopular “Budget Repair Bill” that would ultimately diminish collective bargaining rights for public workers. In an attempt to prevent the vote, 14 Democrat Senators fled the state. Meanwhile tens-of-thousands of people physically occupied the capitol building in protest. In response, state Republicans attempted to have these Senators arrested and returned to the state. Inspired by these 14Read More →

Jason Houge – Photographer, Author, Educator and Mentor. Known for his photo documentary and environmental portraiture, Jason Houge draws on personal interests and turbulent past experiences to create compelling and haunting photography on a broad range of topics including human rights, civil unrest, health care, hunger, music and the arts, scientific discovery and the environment. To gain valuable perspectives and develop a deeper understanding for the topics and subjects he photographs, Houge often collaborates with organizations and individuals that are involved in the communities and stories he works on. Houge enjoys sharing the passion he has for his craft and from 2014-19 taught photography atRead More →

Museum Collections and Art Digitization Services Professional Digitization Services for Museums, Galleries, Artists and Collectors To ensure the truest representation of an artwork or artifact, you need a photographer who is meticulous and will work with you to identify and focus on the strengths within each piece. You need a professional with an eye for catching and correcting blemishes before committing the camera. I have worked for over a decade digitizing a variety of 2D and 3D objects, artifacts, large-scale sculptures and murals, framed paintings, loose fine art prints, small figurines and even toys. No project is too big or too small, whether it’s anRead More →

Voice of The People is a look at more than a decade of protests, marches and actions in the U.S. from 2009-current. I was raised by a predominantly Republican and Catholic family. Growing up, the children in my family were often not allowed to be present during political conversations or news broadcasts. We never discussed or were told about the historic protests, rallies, and marches that helped shaped our home country, the United States. In short, we were not permitted to be informed until we were of voting age at which point we stumbled out into the world largely uneducated about our government or theRead More →