This Fine Art Photography series by award-winning artist, Jason Whiton, offers a meditation into the lives and personalities of a community of sheep in Northern California. What began as an abstract study of form and composition, the body of work quickly evolved into more personal observations about kinship, communication, and empathy between the animals.
Jason Whiton is an award-winning writer, artist, and educator. His work has been published in Rolling Stone, USA Weekend, The Japan Times, Woman's World, and other periodicals. He is the editor/author of the book, Mort Walker Conversations, and an upcoming anothology of spy fiction. Jason is the creator of Spy Vibe, a pop-culture website that has been visited a half a million times in its first four years. His work as a screenwriter and filmmaker has been recognized by the Nicholl Fellowships (Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences), PBS, and major film festivals and museums. His most recent piece is an award-winning music re-mix and film for Yoko Ono. More info at www.jasonwhiton.com.