This collection of:
abstract and architectural photography, and built and speculative projects, range in scale, from the body to urban situations.
The underlying aim of this practice is tied to questions on:
How we claim, make, and keep spaces; and the spatial properties and actions required to do so.
Jason is an inter-disciplinary designer, leveraging the fields of architecture, photography, and exhibition design. His work addresses the spatial properties and actions required to claim, make, and keep space; and the incompatibility of space that was not built with us in mind. In tandem, he is the founder of ELL, a performance-based art practice, and a lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley, teaching core and advanced option studios. He is a member of Space Industries, and is a Lead Designer in Smithgroup's Higher Education Discipline.
Jason holds a Master of Architecture from UC Berkeley, and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning.