Even when he was working as a software consultant in Chicago, Jason Forman didn't forget his love of photography. After several years working and traveling, he decided that he wanted to give photography a run as a career. He moved to San Francisco, went back to school at Academy of Art University, and got a degree in Photography.
Jason has worked for a few photographers, as well as at Wired Magazine in their Photo Department.
He now works full time in photography, doing photo producing for a photographer and some post-production for a few others. He also does his own photography part time.
When asked about his inspiration, Jason says, I think it is the amazing simple things or scenes that people don't notice on a day-to-day basis. I really love taking notice of such scenarios and presenting them in a way that is interesting. Walker Evans is my inspiration as a photographer. He had a wonderful eye for composition, subtlety, and taking notice of ordinary things and making them beautiful.
More of Forman's work can be seen here.