1996 Distinction - Btec National Diploma Art Foundation, specialised in 3D design : Hertfordshire University.
1999 1st Class BA (Hons) Interior Design : Surrey Institute of Art and Design University College (now part of the University of Creative Arts).
2002 MA (RCA) Architecture & Interiors : Royal College of Art – Winner of the Din Associate - Best Drawing Prize for 2002 cohort.
2010 ARB/RIBA Part III in Professional practice & practical experience : Architectural Association School of Architecture.
2016 PGCert HE : Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching & Supporting Learning : Middlesex University.
Jason is a designer with over 20 years experience in the UK and overseas. He now runs his own design studio where he specialises in residential work. Since graduating from the RCA, Jason has worked in all fields of design including furniture, product, exhibition, interiors, architecture and urbanism.
He has worked for a number of internationally renowned practices, most notably the Anglo Dutch firm S333 architecture + urbanism, where he was an associate for 3 years. Here he worked on a variety of award winning schemes, including Arch St, an 8.5m mixed use housing scheme in Elephant and Castle, selected by the Architectural Dialogue for their 2014 Architectural Mapguide of London’s exemplary contemporary buildings. And the award winning mixed use scheme, The Old Dairy, in Bloomsbury, winner of best Living – Unbuilt project by the NLA in 2012.
Prior to this, Jason work for Adjaye Associates, where he was part of a multi disciplinary design team where he worked on a selection of projects ranging from architectural rebranding, private residential houses, to the first ever social housing scheme attempted by the practice, as featured in Making Public Buildings, exhibited in 2006 at the White Chapel Gallery, London.
Jason combines tutoring with his own studio practice and is interested in the exploration of In-between spaces, articulating thissness(es), and the potential of constant flux in defining new territories, commoning strategies and social obsolescence.
In 2015 Jason was appointed as Programme Leader for the MA Interior [Architecture + Design] department. Since his appointment he has introduced a new way of recording the process of design thinking and the celebration of learning through doing. Jason has also taught and been a visiting critic at a selection of UK University’s including, The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College (now part of UCA), Royal College of Art, Bedfordshire University and Norwich University.
Jason teaches across both postgraduate and undergraduate courses where his expertise and passion for drawing, making/ remaking and construction/ deconstruction is explored throughout the academic year. Experimental enquiry lies at the heart of what Jason teaches. He is committed in enabling students to communicate their findings through a multitude of making disciplines that enable each student to develop ideas confidently, reflect and propose to industry standards.