Jason Thrasher Jason Thrasher lives in Athens, Georgia, where he's been working as an artist and professional photographer for 20 years. His coverage of the southeast's rich and varied music scene includes published portraits of the Drive-By Truckers, of Montreal, R.E.M. and the Elephant Six collective to name a few. He's also captured rare images of OutKast at Stankonia and Rico Wade at his infamous hip-hop "Dungeon" in Atlanta, and images of Widespread Panic, Cracker, DBT and Against Me! on tour. His ties to Athens and the world-famous 40 Watt Club have also given him access to photograph national touring musicians on a regular basis. Thrasher's photography has been published in Entertainment Weekly, Billboard, Rolling Stone, New York magazine, New York Times, USA Today and SPIN. His work is featured in the album designs of the Drive-By Truckers, Patterson Hood, Booker T, Randall Bramblett, Cracker, David Lowery, Macha, Bad Religion, and Brent Cash. His promotional photography for New West, ATO Records, Anti Records, Warner Brothers, Razor & Tie, and Polyvinyl has produced many iconic images. His fine art photography has been exhibited at the ICA in London, Yerba Buena Arts Center in San Francisco, Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans, Corcoran School of Fine Art in Washington, DC, and the Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center. Jason is working on a conceptual photo book, which features the wide diversity of musicians in Athens and their relationships to each other. Jason's wife Beth Hall Thrasher, an Emmy award winning art director, is the studio's on site manager. Thrasher's roster of photographers includes Chad Osburn, who came to us from a prominent studio in Chicago, Eddie Whelan, an artist/photographer/videographer and graduate of ArtX, Whitney Misch who holds a BFA in photography and our talented graphic designer, Callie Prickett.