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Jason Houge Studios | Midwest Photography Services, Film Developing and Visual Storytelling based from Madison, Wisconsin Film Developing In-House Film Processing for 35mm up to 4×5 Photography Services Portraits | Wedding & Event Photography | Collection Digitization Jason Houge Fine Art Prints Collectable Editioned & Non-Editioned Prints Visual Storytelling Photo Journalism & Photo Documentary Client Portal Returning Client Accounts and Galleries About Jason Houge Jason Houge Biography and CV Jason Houge Studios Dispatch Get The Latest News, Offers and Deals!Read More →

Specializing in portrait and event photography, product photography, museum quality fine art digitization, and visual storytelling. Jason Houge Studios is located on the east side of Madison, Wisconsin. Portrait Photography When you’re searching for a personal photographer, you need someone who is both relatable and professional. You need someone with a sense of style and the eye to capture those fleeting moments that define who you are. To make your experience personal and comfortable I’ll meet with you to come up with a custom plan to create the best experience and pricing option. In most cases, this consultation is free and can be done inRead 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 →

Algoma is a city of about 3,000 people on Wisconsin’s shore of Lake Michigan. The area was first inhabited and named by Algonquin speaking people. The city is located on a natural harbor about 25 miles east of the city of Green Bay. Historically, Algoma played a key role in the origin of the Christmas Tree tradition now observed in the United States. In Fred Neuschel’s book about the early Christmas tree shipping industry, Lives and Legends of the Christmas Tree Ships, the description of Algoma is that of a town that relied heavily on the resources and transportation routes Lake Michigan provided. The lakeRead More →