Although born in the Northeast of the United States, Jason Kremkau has always felt an affinity towards different cultures and landscapes. From an early age, he was interested in the interface between people and the natural world. This fascination led him to pursue studies in the arts, photography, environmental issues and anthropology.
For the past 13 years, Jason has worked on a variety of photographic and design projects. He has published work in several US and international magazines and has had group and solo exhibitions. He worked as the art director of E-The Environmental Magazine (2001-2006), during which time; he honed his skills as a graphic designer and photo editor.
But the years of office work culminated in an epiphany that made him leave the U.S. for roads less traveled. His wanderlust has taken him to Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, and Colombia. He is now a much healthier, happier, and sillier person. When he is not sea kayaking with dolphins or swimming with green turtles, he enjoys partaking in local libations from the best holes in the wall throughout Latin America.
He is currently living in Costa Rica.