Jason, a native of New York City, began his musical pursuits at age 11 when he received his first guitar. With his first three chords under his belt, he began to write simple songs in the style of 60’s and 90’s rock music. At the end of high school, he co-founded a band called The Middle Eight, in which he would eventually write the music for three albums. His song Love; Pass It On, was featured in the Catherine Zeta-Jones film, The Rebound. With the Middle Eight, Jason also composed the music for a rock opera based on H.P. Lovecraft’s short story, The Music of Erich Zann. Jason also grew up with a love of classical music. During high school he met the celebrated Argentine classical guitar composer and performer Jorge Morel, who happened to live down the street. His studies with Mr. Morel led him to attend the Whalen conservatory at Ithaca College, where he studied with the guitarist Pablo Cohen, learning to write for the piano and experimenting in music composition. These collective experiences and musical influences would help to shape the sound of his music. For example, a later Middle Eight song called Master Raro, about the composer Robert Schumann, is equal parts classical suite and rock song. Recently, he has composed a growing list of music for classical guitar, the piano, and other ensembles. He looks forward to writing more music for TV, film, video games, and any other occasion.