Leigh Nash
Leigh Nash
Susan Ashton
Melissa Greene
Amy
Ashley Cleveland
Ian Cron
Brennan Manning New Orleans
Steve Taylor Nepal
Dave Perkins
Peterborough England
Rick Elias Nashville TN
Rich Mullins Wichita KS
Mr. Gardener Ashburnham Place England
R.C. Sproul Orlando FL
Michael W. Smith
Cape Cod MA
Elizabeth South
Fleming McWilliams
Nashville TN
Kylie Rae Harris
Marie McGilvray
Nashville TN
Lysa TerKeurst
Ruth McGuinnes Nashville TN
Carol Baker
Sarah
Sarah Hart
Apple Man
Vigilantes of Love
Six Pence None the Richer
William Stroupe
John Catchings
Susan Ashton
Kylie Rae Harris
Jeff Black Nasville TN
Rick Cua & Friends
Susan Ashton
Solveig Leithaug
Ian Cron & Meg
A Ragamuffin Band
Eastbourne, England
Veitnam
Colombia
South America
Wales
Equador
Hastings England
Kathmandu Nepal
Equador
Veitnam
Self Portrait Uganda
Equador
Malawi
Veitnam
Dublin Ireland
Equador
Equador
Hong Kong China
Hong Kong China
Hong Kong China
Avebury Circle England
World Vision Rwanda
Food for the Hungry
Rwanda
Food for the Hungry
Ethiopia
Food for the Hungry
Bolivia
Food for the Hungry
Kenya
Food for the Hungry
Kenya
Food for the Hungry
Kenya
Food for the Hungry
Kenya
Food for the Hungry
Kenya
Anthony Evans
World Vision
Malawi
Kerri Roberts
Food for the Hungry Bolivia
Building 429 World Vision Uganda
David Phellps
World Vision
Malawi
Parrishville NY
Cape Cod MA
Cape Cod MA
Heart Lake
Adironddack Mountains NY
Destin FL
Ithaca NY
Rich Mullins Ireland
Cape Cod MA
"Blue Like Jazz" Dir. of Photography, co-writer
"Second Chance" Dir. of Photography, Co-writer
"Kabul24" Director
Umbrella Tree"NNNNNN" Dir. of Photography
Elizabeth South "I Love You" Director
Umbrellatree"Josephine" Dir. of Photography
Forget Cassettes "Sometimes you're the Bad Guy" Dir. of Photography
Vold Vision "regional spot"
Director
Vold Vision "regional spot"
Director
Anthony Evans"EPK" Director
“For me there is always a tremendous amount of grace attached to the making of a good film or photograph. As the years continue, my goal as an artist is to be a better conduit for that grace to flow though.”

Ben Pearson is an acclaimed photographer and filmmaker with numerous awards, honors, and gallery shows to his credit. Ben co-wrote and directed the cinematography for the dramatic feature The Second Chance (2006). In 2009 Pearson made his directorial debut with the feature-length documentary Kabul 24, a riveting account of eight Western aid workers held hostage by the Taliban in the weeks prior to 9/11. Recently Ben completed co-writing and directing the cinematography for the screen adaptation of The New York Times best-selling memoir Blue Like Jazz (2011). He has made his home in Nashville for the last twenty-one years with his wife Elaine.

Although Ben embraces digital imaging, his first love and trademark is traditional analogue film.
Ben Pearson
benedward@comcast.net

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