Since then Jason has juggled himself into many different roles that give depth to his performances as well as his counseling work. Jason has three degrees, an AAS, BS, and MA, and has taught in various capacities including preschool, kindergarten, grade school PE, Middle and High School Workshops, and with groups of teachers as well teaching Circus Arts Camps for many Parks and Recreation departments. Jason is the father of a teenage daughter and enjoys soccer, ultimate frisbee, rock climbing, bicycling, welding, and building circus equipment.
In performance, Jason addresses big questions at the same time as making the audience laugh. Who are we? What are we? Is there meaning and purpose in our lives? What can we do to feel more alive, more useful, and more satisfied with our contributions to community and at the same time feel supported, cared for, and loved? What are our limits and are they as solid as they seem sometimes? Somebody has to ask these questions with confidence, clarity, and comedy.
Jason has been juggling for schools, libraries, festivals, and other public and private events around Washington for the last 15 years. These shows bring up big questions but they are mostly about finding joy in whatever you do and sharing that joy with everyone. There is a playful quality to these performances that makes them fun for Jason as well as the audience. Juggling bowling balls is Jason's symbolic way of tackling the impossible to set an example for those who watch.
Now, Jason is expanding his performance focus to include a wider range of audiences around the Northwest and across the country.