Jason Thompson is a photographer and designer. Having worked as a full-time professional in the field for over 15 years, Jason has developed an intricate range of technical and interpersonal skills that have enabled him to consistently work with and document some of the best outdoor athletes in the world. Whether shooting for Fortune 500 companies, international publications, or local ski brands, Jason’s qualifications as a photographer have paved the way for his forays into commercial and documentary work, further broadening his professional toolkit.

Jason’s camera is his passport. While on assignments all over the world, experiencing a variety of different cultures first-hand has given Jason a nuanced understanding of the human experience. Empathy. Gratefulness. Perseverance. Kindness. Curiosity. These characteristics are all core to Jason’s identity. While technical skill is important, the traits listed above have all come to shape his creative approach and truly define who Jason Thompson is, both as a photographer and as a human being.

In recent years, Jason has expanded into the field of user experience design, capitalizing on his innate eye for visual creativity. With a background in formal UI training, he brings to the table a solutions-based approach to project design that ensures beauty is never compromised for the sake of functionality. Keeping both people and the planet in focus, Jason’s capacity as a long-time visual storyteller allows him to craft top-notch user experiences through design.

For licensing, commercial, or project inquiries, contact Jason here.

Jason lives in Bozeman, Montana with his wife, Anne Gilbert Chase.

Brands that Jason works with:

Patagonia / Mammut / Dynastar Skis / NPR / Powder Magazine / The Ski Journal / Julbo / National Geographic Adventure / Sherpas Cinema / The North Face / Black Diamond / ESPN / Backcountry Magazine / Lacie Technology / Strada / Arcteryx / Dissent Labs / Outdoor Research / CoLab Creative / Berkshire Hathaway Real Estate / Mystery Ranch/Erem Shoes/The Washington Post/Montana Free Press/Collective Carpentry

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