I am a storm chasing physician based out of Aurora, Colorado, and am a very blessed husband and father to three amazing children.  I have been chasing storms for over two decades, but a lifelong lover of storms.  I hope you will find this gallery of my images fascinating, intriguing, and engaging.  I welcome your feedback and hope you will choose to purchase some of my art for your walls.  Click on each of the galleries to see close ups :).

I have been featured on radio, in books, and on the net in many ways.  A full list of various links is on the bottom of this page.  My contact is Jason@Stormdoctor.Com.  Feel free to contact me.

NOTE:  My watermark will not appear on any purchased images.  The watermark is an unfortunate necessity in the modern era where digital piracy makes everything more difficult for everyone.  I apologize for the way this makes these images appear online.  However, I guarantee you will love your purchase and will be happy to refund your money if they do not meet your standards.

  • Gina Cornelison

    on March 23, 2023

    Hi - I'm bringing my son (who is a weather/tornado/fire enthusiast) to see your work. Would there be a time for you to talk to him in the next 5 days perhaps? We are on Spring Break starting tomorrow and I would LOVE for him to meet you. Gina. (3/23/23)

  • Amy Allabastro

    on December 16, 2022

    Your work is incredible! Do you sell any books with your prints? The snowflakes are amazing.

  • Kim Aquino

    on August 9, 2017

    Awesome pics, StormDoc! Very impressed and inspired.

Blog about my experience in Joplin

An audio program about my response to the Joplin tornado on NPR

2014 Chasercon presentation on Bed Bugs, Addiction, and More

2015 Chasercon presentation on Responding to Disaster

2016 Chasercon presentation on Severe Weather Injury

2017 Chasercon presentation on Distractions, Safety, and Eating on the Road

2018 Chasercon presentation on Chasing and Addiction

2019 Chasercon presentation on First Aid Treatment

Interview about spirituality in chasing: Killing the Buddha

Technical advice for the book Tornado Siren