Jason Lauré moved to San Francisco in the famous "Summer of Love" and started photographing the counterculture. He attended Columbia University and worked at the New York Times before serving in the United States Army in France, where he attended the Sorbonne. He was a finalist for a Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography for his work in Bangladesh. His photographs have been auctioned at Sotheby's and featured at the Hard Rock Cafe and at the Bethel Woods Museum. Jason lives in Cape Town, South Africa and in New York City.
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