On Ron’s Amazing Stories this week we are back on the Horror Express with Jason Dowd. We talk about time travel and answer Jill’s question on religion and who is more radical. I have been working with Jason now for seven years and he has been a huge part of what the show has become. I thought that I would take a minute, throw the spotlight on him, and tell you all about him.
Art is a way of life for Jason Dowd. From an early age, he created it using various mediums, but none was as profound, to him than photography. Jason has a unique sense of beauty as he sees it in the dark places most people shy away from. He finds beauty deep inside urban decay, and inspiration wherever he goes by watching for things that most ignore. Growing up Jason’s hero was Walt Disney. He found him to be a fascinating individual, which he tries to mimic in his own work ethic. Like Disney, he believes if you care to dream you can accomplish anything.
In addition to his artwork, Jason hosts the AME Radio Show, the AME TV Show, and writes for the AME Magazine. He’s also produced a variety of music videos and TV shows for other hosts and performers. Add in that he is an award-winning photographer.
Of Jason I will say this, he has never failed to impress me with his quick thinking wit and exuberance for whatever project we endeavor on together. I am so very happy he came on the show that day back in 2012 and that he continues to be part of Ron’s Amazing Stories.
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