“It would seem that Jay had discovered his passion of photography upon inheriting his father’s film Nikon n90s, at the young age of fourteen. Jay immediately developed an affinity to looking at life through the lens of his camera and what ensued was an exciting photographic journey that would eventually lead him to his career as professional photographer.
Though beginning under the tutelage of his father, former National Geographic photographer, Kevin Fleming, Jay quickly and naturally developed a photographic style and identity all his own. Through experimentation, an incredible amount of patience & preparation, and countless hours spent researching potential photo opportunities, Jay began to capture such awe-inspiring photos as his pair of underwater Yellowstone Cutthroat trout, the last house on Holland Island reflecting in the rippling water just before it collapsed, and a fleet of wooden Skipjacks against an ominous grey sky.”
Photography Gallery, Art at the Museum