Jason has been actively making objects from a young age, within a wide variety of media. With a strong interest in history, he has been collecting, restoring and preserving vintage objects since the age of seven; properties then was a natural progression from childhood.
His passion for creation was enforced during his time at St Joseph’s Vocational College and TAFE NSW where he gained the skills to work with a variety of materials including metals, timber and acrylics. Over the years he has worked within a number of trade industries as various roles including as a plastic welder and blacksmith.
Before his discovery of the entertainment industry, Jason completed a Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management, majoring in Living Systems and Biodiversity. During this time he still maintained his passion for making which led him to the discovery of properties.
Jason has strengthened his skill-set while studying at NIDA and gained the necessary framework for applying these skills within the entertainment industry. During his final year, Jason focused his research project on practical effects, exploring their methods of realisation along with alternative substitutes from traditional methods. Jason is eager to apply his passion for making, history and sustainability to the entertainment industry and is enthusiastic about the continuing learning process that is properties.