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Hello, I'm Jason.

I've been creating pictures, videos, websites, and communities all my life.


Specializing in web storytelling and online journalism for higher education and non-profits, my digital work has won awards from the Associated Press, Newspaper Association of America, Atlanta Association of Black Journalists, and others.  

Please see below for highlights from my creative career on the web and reach out if you'd like to talk about telling stories, bringing people together, and making the world a better place.


I created and led The Carter Center's Forum On Human Rights from 2016-2022. The Forum aggregated resources, hosts message boards, tells stories about human rights, and presents live online panels to amplify the voices of human rights defenders around the world. 

The Forum On Human Rights, Jason Parker portfolio

The Savannah College of Art and Design asked me to be their first Social Media Manager in 2009. I created the first strategy and channels for the university and organized its first Social Media Summit to integrate the University's 32 degree programs.


In 2007, I created Art Relish to document Atlanta's visual arts scene. I spent years interviewing artists around Atlanta, compiling a calendar, creating video, and live streaming artist talks and other events. 


I was Public Broadcasting Atlanta's Digital Strategist and created content for community engagement highlighting groups and individuals working for good around Atlanta. I also managed the websites of the PBS and NPR stations and helped create and present our first live online events. 


During my early career, I was the Digital Content Manager for the local newspaper site in Savannah, Georgia. We covered  Sept. 11, the Iraq War, and told many other important stories online. We also experimented with live streaming and online video. 

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