Cause We Know Life is Short


In a spontaneous turn of events, Megan, who had accompanied her friend Ellie on a shoot with Photographer Jason Lee, embarked on a memorable shoot together. Amidst the natural beauty of the outdoors, they embraced nudity with a sense of freedom and connection to nature. Despite the smoky skies from nearby forest fires, the resulting images exuded a captivating moodiness, adding depth to their experience and creating stunning visual compositions.

Sometimes a model’s friend will decide to tag along on a shoot. This was one of those occasions and, as often happens, both girls end up in front of the camera! Ellie and Megan and I had such fun on this shoot. It’s just great to experience nudity in nature, just as God intended.

Jason Lee

Where’s Your Heart At Now?


Embarking on a unique and daring adventure, KC Heart and Jason Lee dive into the bustling world of a busy library for a shoot filled with excitement and potential. With an adventurous spirit and readiness for the unexpected, they capture timeless and captivating juxtapositions, blending the beauty of the human form with the wisdom contained within the library’s tomes of literature and science.

This is a shoot I’ve been wanting to do for a while, but it takes the right kind of adventurer to pull it off! Busy library? Check. Potential for it to go sideways? Check. Ready to do it? Check!  KC and I hit not one, but TWO libraries to get these shots. Enjoy!

Jason Lee



“Infinity” by Jason Lee showcases his talent for minimalist art derived from photography. Transforming his photos into black and white, he distills them to their essence, retaining only elements that resonate with him. Through this process, Jason captures moments frozen in time, inviting viewers to contemplate the eternal in the simplicity of his compositions. “Infinity” embodies a timeless beauty, where each detail speaks volumes in its absence, leaving room for infinite interpretation.

It’s a cathartic exercise to pair down an image until everything is gone except for what it is needing to say.

Jason Lee