JB Rasor was born in southern Mississippi in 1980. He attended UCLA for his B.A. in Political Science, graduating in 2006. He is currently finishing his M.F.A. in Photography at Savannah College of Art and Design.
JB began working in the film industry at 18 years old. As a union grip he has crewed over 20 films, including Ali, The Perfect Storm, Almost Famous and Mission Impossible II. In 2008, he began working in live news broadcast and has worked with CNN, NBC and ABC to name a few. Stills photography and digital cinema has been a central focus throughout his career.
JB works with both film and digital media, exploring topics that range from life in rural America to the complexity of international conflicts. His documentary work objectively analyzes the social climate of contemporary society.
JB and his wife live in Atlanta, Ga.