Teaching a DIY synthesizer workshop

Jason is a creative technologist based in Minneapolis, MN exploring the boundaries and intersections of creativity, technology, fabrication, and the natural world through experimental project-based work.

In his personal research he is particularly focused on the exploration and application of biological processes relating to form using computational design, digital fabrication, and electronics.

By day he works as a UI developer specializing in facilitating cross-disciplinary collaboration between design and technical teams, realizing modern and clean experiences for all kinds of users.

He holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science and an M.S. Ed. in Instructional Technology from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. As a graduate student he developed close relationships with arts faculty and pursued cross-disciplinary coursework and research focused on prototyping and integrating advanced technology-based methods into existing undergraduate arts curricula.

His software tools of choice include Processing / p5.js openFrameworks Fusion 360 Rhino + Grasshopper Eagle, and his favorite fabrication equipment include 3D printers CNC routers + mills laser cutters DIY drawing machines zip ties

These interests have afforded him a few interesting opportunities over the years, including:

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