Jason is enrolled in his fourth year at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture in Canada. As a student, Jason takes pleasure in developing his designs to the finest resolution, realizing tangible conceptions rather than relying on the ambiguity of interpretations. With more than a year of professional experience working in acclaimed offices in Canada, Jason has been recognized as a dedicated and passionate individual with proven design sensibilities and strong working ethics.
He is currently researching parametric design in a studio, studying the architectural potentials of the shift from mass-production to mass-customization.
BIG | Bjarke Ingels Group, New York, NY, US, Design Assistant
KPMB Architects, Toronto, ON, CA, Student Intern Architect
Gow Hastings Architect, Toronto, ON, CA, Architectural Assistant
Diamond Schmitt Architects, Toronto, ON, CA, Student Intern Architect
Urban Arts Architecture, Vancouver, Architectural Assistant
Lin Y. F. Architects, Taoyüan, TW, Architectural Assistant
University of Waterloo, Cambridge, ON, CA, BArch, Architecture
Architecture Design Excellence Award, 1st Place
University of Waterloo School of Architecture
Provincial-level competition for Computer-Aided Manufacturing using MasterCAM. Created a tool-path for a CNC router to manufacture a complex gear part.