Hours of Idleness-A Photographer's Journey in St. Louis

About Jason Gray



I am a photographer and artist whose work seeks to connect with the viewer in a space between conceptualization and documentation.

My culture is to remain inquisitive.

Contact: GrayPhotoSTL@yahoo.com


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  1. Porshia said, on July 29, 2009 at 9:49 pm


    We saw your listing on ModelMayhem & loved your work. YOUR IMAGES YOU CAPTURE ARE SUPER DOPE!!!!! We would be crazy if we didn’t try to contact you. We were wanting to know if you would be interested in shooting an TFP or TFCD session with us. We’re Porshia & Andrea and were underground fashion designers/stylist. We were hoping that you could get some great, edgy shots of us showcasing our style & clothing line. Were open to ideas, so let us know if you have an brilliant idea you been wanting to try.

    A little about us, were designers/ stylist. We’re fun, cool girls and our style is “out there.” Our style & clothing from several global traditions including ’90s skater fashion, Japanese anime, African prints, neon, and ’90s rave as influences in addition to animals, science and science fiction.

    We would love to work with you & create some super dope photos! Email us anytime the dates and time you have available. Our availbility is always open and if given the opportunity to work with you, we are able to meet any date & time you have in my mind for the shoot. You can also contact me Porshia

  2. The Beautiful Kind said, on February 23, 2010 at 9:24 am

    super dope? really?

  3. law said, on June 19, 2011 at 3:36 pm

    I as always think you out do yourself with each new photo you take. Looking at your work, make me work even harder to reach my own level of perfection. I think if you had the time, it would really benefit so many if you were able to teach on the side part time. U had the right attitude, thinks outside the box and you give encouragement just through compliments on others work, as you said to me one day”when the day is over and things are said and done you have to be happy with your work”. I have gon by that since then and it feels to me it makes the photo mean even more, knowing this is something in a way I created and was able to give someone, so they could have those memories to hold on to.

  4. Jason Gray said, on June 19, 2011 at 10:08 pm

    Lizzie, thank you for this compliment. I really appreciate you saying these things, and teaching on the side is definitely something that I am considering (I’ll keep you posted on that).

    Honestly though, I am just glad to lend a hand when I can.

    BTW, I think that you have made significant strides in your own work, and you should certainly be proud of what you have accomplished.

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