Photographer Jason Weingart Documents the Extremes of Our Incredible Planet.
Jason Weingart travels tens of thousands of miles each year in search of new and compelling images. From the edge of molten lava, beneath spinning supercell thunderstorms, to the darkest places on Earth, no situation is too adventurous for him.
He graduated from the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies and has worked as a freelance photojournalist for seven years. His award-winning images, timelapses and videos have been featured by a wide array of well-known media and educational outlets across the globe.
Jason is the co-author of The Anatomy of Severe Weather. The comprehensive visual guide to understanding the mechanisms of severe thunderstorms hit the shelves in January 2016. He also recently led a lightning research project for the BBC series Wild Weather with Richard Hammond.
Now you can join Jason on affordable and intimate photographic workshops and adventures. Whether you would like to shoot fields of wildflowers, chase violent storms, photograph the night sky, explore ghost towns, or simply improve your shooting or editing, there is a workshop to fit your needs. See below for a complete schedule of upcoming events and more information.