Jason Strother, a light skinned mail with dark hair, is pictured with a pair of headphones wrapped around his neck in front of an urban backdrop.
Photo by Mia Dahye Kim

Jason Strother is a multimedia journalist, educator and founder of Lens15 Media, a disability-focused news platform and consultancy. 

For 15-years, Jason was based in Seoul, where he covered news from both sides of the Korean peninsula and filed from datelines across Asia and beyond. Jason returned home to New Jersey in 2021 and received start up funding from the NJ Civic Information Consortium to launch his company. He’s also an adjunct professor at Montclair State University, where he’s created and taught courses on freelancing overseas, film analysis and disability representation in media.

 His work on disability and accessibility has received support from the National Geographic Society, UC Berkeley’s 11th Hour Food and Farming Fellowship program as well as a US Fulbright research award. He is also an advisor to the National Center on Disability and Journalism at Arizona State University 

To learn more about Jason’s work, visit www.lens15.com