Jason received his Master’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2005. Prior to this served as an apprentice and as Studio Manager for artist Jun Kaneko, and the Education Studios Manager at Pewabic Pottery. In 2006 he was a Resident Artist at Marywood University and currently he is a Faculty member and Studio Manager for VCU’s Department of Craft/Material Studies.

Jason’s artwork has been exhibited internationally at IX International Bienale of Ceramic Art in Portugal, and in Romania at Galateea Gallery. This past year his work was on view at Betz Gallery in conjunction with NCECA and in “Strange Glue” an exhibition celebrating the 100th anniversary of collage in the arts. Upcoming exhibitions where his work can be seen include “Ambiguity and Interface” at the Taubman Museum of Art, and a solo exhibition at Firelands College in Ohio. This year, Jason received a VMFA Fellowship rewarding his creative research in the field of Craft.

Jason shares his life with his wife Cindy and daughters Claire and Lillian, maintaining a studio in Henrico, VA.