Foundation highlights work of Jason Savage

savage-photoJason has developed graphical works supporting the Foundation and our Veterans. His most recent work was the image of the brain shaped as an egg signifying the wounds beneath the surface of the shell. This was sent out to our mailing list for Easter. He also developed a graphic for Memorial Day.

Jason Savage has been working behind the camera, taking still photographs since 1995. He has photographed a multitude of subject matter, everything from elk in the forest to rock stars on stage.

Having earned his BFA in 2001 from Indiana University (Fort Wayne extension campus), Jason relocated to Portland, Oregon in 2003, and has enjoyed living there ever since. During this time in the Pacific Northwest, he has done a variety of photography assignments for individual clients, magazines, advertising agencies and nonprofits. Jason’s work may be seen at JasonSavageImages.com

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Paintings designed for one of our TBI study veterans

 Bobby Wentworth, one of the pioneer participants

in the Albert Einstein TBI study, had paintings designed in memory of his military experiences. His mother, Michelle Belanger Wentworth, created several paintings in his honor. Please view two of her paintings with a full description of each authored by Michelle.

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