You've probably seen Jason's work before.
He began his career as a graphic designer and art director for the likes of Donna Karan, Abercrombie and Fitch, OUT magazine, and Laird + Partners. In 1998, he came to his senses and realized he could make a living as an illustrator. His greeting cards are featured in hip shops around the globe and his illustrations have appeared in many publications including Vogue, The New York Times, and Elle Decoration. Other clients include Gap, Mini Cooper, Ikea, Coca Cola, and American Express to name a few of his resume highlights.
2005 marked the launch of his greeting card company Handsome Devil Press with partner J.R. Craigmile. In 2006 he was selected one of the "200 Best Illustrators Worldwide" by Lürzer's Archive. In 2007, his first two children's pop-up books for Jumping Jack Press won gold and bronze Moonbeam Awards. Several of his illustrations are featured in the 2008 edition of The Big Book of Fashion Illustration.
As if he didn't have plenty to do already, he launched his irreverent and demurely titled blog, Doodle Whore "Popular culture, doodled". He spends no more than one hour per doodle which includes scanning his drawing and writing an entertaining title and caption. His goal is to keep his Doodle Whore oeuvre fast, loose, and rough around the edges, just like Britney.
Jason lives with J.R. and Tino (his minature pinscher with a supersized personality) two hours north of New York City in The Catskills. He is proud to be a full-time country bumpkin.