Jack Hayhow – Contemporary Photography

Jack Hayhow @ Cerbera Gallery

Jack Hayhow @ Cerbera Gallery


Jack Hayhow is a successful entrepreneur and author with a keen eye for opportunity, and a commitment to innovation that propels productivity.  Throughout his career, he has produced training, tools and techniques to help people succeed in wide range of industries – from insurance to hospitality, from education to automotive, from publishing to broadcasting to real estate.

Jack has been described as a “chronic learner” and is compelled by his passion for helping people and companies improve performance where it matters most.  He is the author of dozens of training programs including:  The Foundation of Management, Reward and Recognition, Time Management for Managers, Coaching for Performance, and To Be a Leader.  His book, The Wisdom of the Flying Pig: Guidance and Inspiration for Managers and Leaders has received acclaim from business leaders and academics alike.  Most recently, Jack’s book, Breaking Through the Barrier:  What Companies That Grow Do Differently has been heralded as “a spot-on analysis of how entrepreneurs can take their businesses to the next level”.

Jack discovered his passion for art somewhat later in life. In preparation for attendance at the wedding of his foreign exchange daughter in Stockholm, Sweden, Jack bought an inexpensive digital camera at his neighborhood photo shop. He was immediately captivated by the art and craft of photography. His artistic pursuits now include not only photography, but also hand-embellished digital art. Jack donates all 100% of proceeds from the sale of his art to Children’s Mercy Hospital in his hometown of Kansas City.

A life-long Kansas City resident, Hayhow lives in Leawood, Kansas with his wife, Joyce Hayhow.

Artist Statement:

I’m always trying to make art that evokes a positive emotion. That emotion might be:















or altruism.

I don’t know if I’ve ever made a great piece of art – but if I create an image that evokes a positive emotion, that image is a success as far as I’m concerned.