Jason is a studio potter, maker, and designer based in Flagstaff, AZ. Earning a B.A. in philosophy with an emphasis on sustainability and intentional communities, the mindful nature of a potter’s lifestyle, grounded in the rhythm of work cycles, natural materials, renewable resources, and community engagement was a natural path to pursue. While completing an MFA in Ceramics at West Virginia University, several apprenticeship opportunities in China and at Penland School of Crafts proved to be formative aesthetic influences evident in his ceramic art. Jason built a house and pottery studio, which includes an array of solar panels to offset 100% of the electricity used for living and studio practice, including electric kiln firings.
“After serving the University and student population for the last ten plus years, I am beyond excited to return to my studio practice full-time. I’m getting back to making pots for everyday use and special occasions, custom handmade tile, and bringing my studio practice up to speed, addressing issues of climate change and my place in it. I want to make fresh, well-crafted, guilt-free pots for my community.
My work is 100% handmade by me. All clays and glazes are custom mixed at my studio. Each piece is finely thrown, handbuilt, and assembled, with careful attention to excellent craftsmanship and design. All of my pottery is meant to be used daily, and is microwave, dishwasher, and oven safe. Always, careful handling is advised, as each piece is a one-of-a-kind work of ceramic art.”
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