Jason Andrew is an American photographer whose work documents the repercussions of poverty and political unrest throughout various societies and cultures across the globe. Jason was born and raised in California, holds a BA in History from San Diego State University and completed a post-graduate certificate from the International Center of Photography in 2007. Jason has traveled on assignment to West & North Africa, Turkey and Abkhazia and his work has been featured in Die Welt, The FT Weekend Magazine, The New Yorker, Time and The Wall Street Journal and among others.
Jason is currently working on a Rita & Alex Hillman foundation fellowship for which he is documenting the effects of opioids on young women and their children in communities throughout eastern Kentucky. This project, which combines photographs as well as the personal writings and drawings of his subjects, is an exploration of the path to recovery these women are traveling. Jason lives in Arlington, Virginia with his wife Julie Hau and their daughter Anneliese Zoe.
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