“Successful design is a conversation where complex problems are solved, and challenges become opportunities for delight. I leverage technology to create aesthetically impactful, functional spaces that develop community and better the environment.”
Jason is a project architect who is passionate about the intersection of technology and buildings to positively impact in the urban environment. He is one of the project architects for the Rothko Pavilion and campus renovation at the Portland Art Museum and is also working on the design of the Valdez Museum and Historic Archives in Alaska. Jason holds a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture from Lawrence Technological University and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of British Columbia.
Architect Institute of Architects
U.S. Green Building Council LEED Green Associate