Jason Rovig is a photographer and prosthetics specialist from the Pacific Northwest. He is currently working on several human rights projects in Latin America. The first project, "Art For Impact," is an art collective he founded which uses art as a force for activism. The collective is currently making art made from the devalued Venezuelan Bolivar to bring awareness to the realities of why people migrate and why supporting refugees should be an international priority. The second project, "Venezuelan Voices," supplements the lack of free press in Venezuela by collecting and sharing stories and interviews of Venezuelans who have been forced to migrate in search of hope for themselves and their loved ones. The two projects work together to elevate to public consciousness issues of immigration, human rights, corruption, and the realities of daily life for those living under oppression. Jason also volunteers his prosthetic services fitting landmine and bombing victims in Colombia.