Jason Reblando is a freelance photographer based in Chicago. He is currently documenting youth boxing in field houses in the Chicago Park District as well as examining the Chicago Housing Authority’s “Plan For Transformation” of public housing.
His photographs have been published in The Chicago Reporter, Catalyst-Chicago, The Journal of Ordinary Thought, Crain's Chicago Business, Northwestern University Magazine, and The New England Journal of Medicine. He has also contributed to Chicago Public Radio, where he worked for Eight Forty-Eight and Chicago Matters. He has exhibited his photographs at the Union League Club of Chicago, the Minnesota Center for Photography, The Peace Museum (audio and photo exhibit), the Chicago Community Trust Gallery, and the Association For Visual Arts Gallery in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Jason has a BA in sociology from Boston College, and is pursuing his MFA in photography at Columbia College Chicago. He has worked as a community organizer in southern Oregon in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and has taught photography in the After School Matters program for the Museum of Contemporary Photography educational outreach programs. He is a recipient of a Follett Fellowship from Columbia College Chicago, a Community Arts Assistance Program grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and an Artist Fellowship Award from the Illinois Arts Council.